Donors can learn about and designate funds to benefit wildlife management and conservation programs at http://www.idahogives.org/Idaho-Fish-And-Wildlife-Foundation. Gifts made between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm may qualify for additional awards to the organization.
Idaho has over 10,000 species of wildlife that include those that are endangered or threatened, game and nongame, as well as native plants. They continue to be a valued part of Idaho's natural world that contributes significantly to the state's outdoor recreation and economy.
"Idaho's wildlife populations are important to our quality of life. They need our help to survive and thrive," said Ann Dehner, Executive Director of the Idaho Fish & Wildlife Foundation. Support from Idahoans is vital to ensuring that healthy wildlife species continue to be a part of Idaho's unique natural resources.
The Foundation's work focuses on habitat restoration and preservation projects, public access, conservation education and legacy gifts from donors. Through statewide project funding, the Foundation promotes a greater understanding of the value of Idaho's fish and wildlife resources, appreciation of the complexities of wildlife management, and habitat preservation.
For more information, contact the Foundation at http://www.ifwf.org/.