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Please read: The Benefits of a Wildlife Conservation Stamp

Funding Allocation

Funds from the purchase of Wildlife Conservation Stamps would be distributed for the following purposes:

  1. Birds: Habitat acquisition for birds and wildlife species.
  2. Blinds: Photography and birding blinds.
  3. Boardwalks: Boardwalks, viewing platforms, and interpretive trails.
  4. Binoculars: Wildlife education and field materials for children and adults, generating enthusiasm for non-consumptive uses of National Wildlife Refuges.

For Media

If you are a member of the media, a blogger or wildlife advocate please feel free to use this material and download badges, graphics and our electronic press kit from our Press Room section.

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Resources:

2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
http://library.fws.gov/Pubs/natsurvey2011-prelim-state.pdf

The Wild Duck Chase
by Martin J. Smith
Walker & Company, Sep 2012

Restoring America’s Wildlife Refuges 2011
Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement
http://www.fundrefuges.org/new-pdf-files/2011/CARE-Report-2011/CARE_report_%202011-5-10-11.pdf

Conserving the Future: Wildlife Refuges and the Next Generation 2011
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
http://americaswildlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Final-Vision-Document.pdf

Time to Buy a Duck Stamp … or Not
10,000 Birds Blog
http://10000birds.com/time-to-buy-a-duck-stamp-or-not.htm