Welcome to Build a Wildlife Area Week
There has never been a better time to support permanent habitat protection and public access. This week, thanks to a generous anonymous donor, your gift to Build a Wildlife Area will be doubled up to $150,000! Combined with our ability to leverage strategic partnerships and grant funding, this means every $1 you donate becomes $20 that will be used to permanently protect critical habitat and open it up to public hunting and recreation.
What is the Build a Wildlife Area Program?
Build a Wildlife Area is Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s permanent habitat protection program delivering strategic, fee-title acquisitions to conserve habitat and increase public hunting access. The program strives to create functional landscapes that support wild, sustainable populations of upland birds and other wildlife, while providing natural resources and community benefits.
With the support of people like you, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever have created more than 225,000 acres of permanently protected and publicly accessible upland wildlife habitat!
Limited Time Donation Offer
When you donate $33 or more this week, you will receive a Quail Forever YETI Public Land Creator 10 oz. Lowball as a token of our appreciation for your support of our Build a Wildlife Area program! Remember for this week only every $1 you donate becomes $20!
Purchasing Property is just the beginning
By donating to our Build a Wildlife Area program, you will ensure our organization is able to secure more properties, but also put boots on the ground to restore and improve upland wildlife habitat.
Our recent Howard K. Vincent public land dedication shows that purchasing a property is just the beginning when it comes to creating healthy habitat, clean water, and public access:
Build a Wildlife Area Success
Thanks to the support of our chapter, members, donors and partners, we have created remarkable wildlife areas and public access opportunities across the United States.
» Creates Public Access: Permanently protecting over 225,000 acres since 1982.
» Conserves Critical Habitat for Wildlife: Strategic land preservation for the benefit of upland wildlife.
» Preserves Outdoor Heritage Traditions: Access for hunters to continue our outdoor heritage tradition.
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