Wildlife Forever

Rating: 5 stars   3 reviews


2700 Freeway Boulevard Room/suite 1000 Brooklyn Center MN 55430 USA


Wildlife conservation & education

Geographic areas served:

North America


Wildlife action program - the goals of wildlife forever are to educate the general public concerning the need for wildlife management, to acquire habitat on which wildlife management will be practiced and all wildlife species conserved, and to finance special projects and studies which will ensure a future where generations yet unborn can enjoy wildlife. Information & education - wildlife forever informs the interested public of current happenings which affect the biology, ecology, and natural history of wildlife. In addition, it notifies assorted media outlets of major actions. Wildlife forever's intention is to provide a solid foundation of public information regarding wildlife issues. Various public offices and private agencies also contact wildlife forever requesting such information. Wildlife forever publishes a periodic newsletter that is circulated to each of its approximately 30,000 members. The newsletter contains informative articles on current wildlife topics, editorial comment, and its accounts of recent efforts undertaken on behalf of wildlife. Membership communication - wildlife forever maintains contact with its members in order to keep them informed of current wildlife issues and to keep its membership up-to-date. Wildlife forever also encourages its members to protect wildlife through their personal influence, expertise, and resources.

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Rating: 5 stars  

11 people found this review helpful

I have been supporting Wildlife Forever for 14 years and have found them to be effective in the work they do and efficient with my donations.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

Greatly expand their efforts to stop invasive species and greatly increase the number of children that are learning about fish, fishing and aquatic conservation.

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