Ever since the National Wildlife Federation was created in 1936, the National Wildlife Federation has worked to amplify the voices of sportsmen and women—alongside diverse constituencies of gardeners, bird watchers, scientists, outdoor enthusiasts and families—to achieve the common goal of protecting and enhancing wildlife habitat.
Our nation’s fish and wildlife populations are extremely valuable, as are the efforts of sportsmen and sportswomen who help conserve wildlife. Sportsmen are an important constituency for many legislators that can reach across party lines for wildlife, access, and opportunity. Please help preserve our sporting heritage by taking action today!
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