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NCWF Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

May 12, 2021

For more than 50 years, North Carolina Wildlife Federation has provided scholarships and grants to help North Carolina students pursue their dreams of studying and working in the conservation field.…

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Surviving & Thriving: Lessons Learned in 2020, Looking Ahead with Positivity

April 29, 2021
North Carolina Heron

It is just four months into a new year, and it’s already brimming with positivity and unity for conservation. Eastern redbuds are blooming, and Reuben and Cherise, our beloved osprey…

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Wildlife Corridors: Connect Habitats, Save Lives

December 22, 2020

Development and deforestation are increasing in North Carolina, meaning wildlife habitat loss and fragmentation are also on the rise. This has a huge impact on wildlife, particularly species that traverse…

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Surplus Trout Coming to 38 Impoundments in N.C. this Winter

November 30, 2020

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is expanding seasonal angling opportunities by stocking surplus trout in 38 impoundments across central and western North Carolina this winter. When fishing in these waters,…

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One Mission, One Commission: 6 reasons N.C. needs a united fish and wildlife agency

November 19, 2020
NC needs a united fish and wildlife agency.

Efficiency and science-based management are critical aspects of any professional natural resource management program. North Carolina has two agencies with this responsibility, the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission (WRC) and Division…

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Reimagining Conservation Funding

November 18, 2020
Reimagining Conservation Funding

Investments produce results. Well-resourced programs and landmark conservation legislation drives remarkable conservation outcomes, whereas areas without such investment, such as conservation of non-game species, often founder. A century ago, prized…

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North Carolina Wildlife Species That Need Help Now

November 18, 2020

Many of North Carolina’s most beloved wildlife species are well known and pretty easy to spot. But many wildlife species are rarely seen, and are declining and of great conservation…

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The North Carolina Pollinator Conservation Alliance works together for butterflies and bees

November 16, 2020
NC Pollinator Conservation Alliance

The importance of pollinators to our food supply and natural ecosystems has received intense national attention in recent years. Pollinators are declining at alarming rates across most of the nation,…

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Over, Under, Around: Connecting Habitat Saves Lives

November 16, 2020
Connecting Habitat Saves Lives

Numerous wildlife species around the world are in decline or imperiled due to habitat loss and fragmentation, much of which results from development and deforestation. Road networks span millions of…

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NCWF’s Deer Donation Program helps sustain natural resources while combating food insecurity 

November 9, 2020

In North Carolina, food insecurity will affect nearly 1 in 5 residents in 2020, and is expected to affect almost 29% of kids, up from 19% in the state in…

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