NCWF Community Wildlife Chapters

North Carolina Wildlife Federation chapters are community-based organizations that together form a cohesive, statewide network of wildlife enthusiasts working for wildlife and habitat conservation.

This network of local NCWF Community Wildlife Chapters is critical to delivering our shared mission and goals. Our chapters bring to bear NCWF’s strengths of education, advocacy, grassroots mobilization, outdoor activities and policy expertise.

Each Community Wildlife Chapter is uniquely designed to empower local wildlife enthusiasts – including anglers, backpackers, birders, hunters, gardeners and hikers – to have a direct and effective impact on the conservation of wildlife in their local communities and across the state. Chapters hold nature programs, conduct field trips and work on wildlife projects in their communities.

Chapter leaders are able to access important chapter information through NCWF's Chapter Portal; please email Natalie Bohorquez at [email protected] to request access.

Join an NCWF Community Wildlife Chapter and Get Involved

If you are interested in forming an NCWF Community Wildlife Chapter in your neck of the woods, please email Natalie Bohorquez at [email protected].

Albemarle Conservation and Wildlife Chapter (Elizabeth City)
Charlotte Wildlife Stewards
Concord Wildlife Alliance
Gaston County Piedmont Area Wildlife Stewards (PAWS)
Habitat and Wildlife Keepers (Matthews)
Inner Banks Wildlife (Washington)
Lower Cape Fear Wildlife
Lake James Area Wildlife and Nature Society Chapter
Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists
Marvin Area for the Restoration and Sustainability of Wildlife Habitat (MARSH)
Mountain WILD! Chapter (Asheville)
Neuse River Hawks Conservationists
New Bern Wildlife Chapter
Southeaster Swamp Stewards
(NC Coastal Plains)
South Wake Conservationists (Holly Springs)
Triad Wild! (Greensboro)
Tri-County Conservationists (Chatham, Alamance, Orange)
Union County Wildlife Chapter (Monroe)
Wildlife Habitat Stewards (Northeastern NC)

We are forming chapters in the below communities and we are looking for volunteer leaders. Interested? Curious? Or maybe your community doesn't have a Wildlife Chapter and you think it should... let's talk! Email Natalie Bohorquez at [email protected]. She would be happy to answer your questions and share more.

  • Whiteville/Columbus County

Chapter Locations