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Prairie Wildlife Research, Inc.

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals, Biological & Life Sciences, Environment, Protection of Endangered Species, Wildlife Preservation & Protection

Mission: In order to live with our wildlife resources effectively, managers require quality information with which to make management decisions.  Prairie Wildlife Research works with government agencies, non-governmental organizations, universities and private landowners to obtain high quality wildlife data and translate that data into effective management.  We do not lobby politically or attempt to influence legislation through campaigns.  Our partnerships create effective solutions to wildlife management problems.

Geographic areas served: North America

Programs: Black footed ferret monitoring and recovery of endangered species. Monitoring of other prairie wildlife species and monitoring of disease agents that threaten endangered animals.

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

I have followed PRW over the years. I am more than happy to see the great strides they have accomplished in the fight to reintroduce BFF's. I look forward to the future of PRW and their role in the eventual removing of BFF's from the endangered species list. To all the employees and volunteers of PRW. You make an impact on the world. Thank you.


Client Served

Rating: 5

Travis provides time and information to all with PWR website. There is no other website that has the latest information on Black-footed ferret recovery. Agencies are unable to respond like a non-profit. That is one of many great values PWR provides. The invitation to all to make a different in Black-footed ferret recovery continues to use all media methods. There is never a lack of effort, only a lack of time and funds to make even a greater impact on North America's under appreciated ecosystem - grasslands.