HOW CAN I SUPPORT CONSERVATION?
Dollars for Conservation
Because of the many ways license fees are used to benefit of all wildlife, the purchase of a hunting and fishing license-whether by a sportsman or a non-sportsman, is one of the most effective contributions today for conservation.
Other ways to contribute to conservation:
- Purchase a WMA User Permit-Revenue is used for management activities and improvements on Wildlife Management Areas.
- Purchase a Waterfowl Stamp-Duck stamp revenue is used for waterfowl management efforts in Mississippi and Canada. When you conserve wetlands, you are also benefitting non-game species (i.e. shorebirds, amphibions, and reptiles) that share the same habitat.
- Purchase Hunting and Fishing Equipment
- Choose a "Conserving Wildlife" Car Tag
- Subscribe to MS Outdoors Magazine
- Donate to the Foundation for Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks
Conservation Through Participation
With all of the demands on our time, from school activities to new technology, it is important to make time for spending quality time with family and friends and improve our physical and mental well being. Is it time to get back outdoors? Is it time to try something new? MDWFP.com can provide you with all the information you need to go hunting, fishing, shooting, camping, birding, hiking, boating, canoeing, and more in Mississippi.
- Volunteer at the Museum of Natural Science
- Volunteer as a Hunter Education instructor or Archery in Mississippi Schools instuctor
- Volunteer with our Wildlife Management Area Program
Make habitat improvements on your property
Get involved in the conservation organization of your choice such as:
- Ducks Unlimited
- National Wildlife Turkey Federation
- Quality Deer Management Association
- Delta Waterfowl
- National Audubon Society
- The Nature Conservancy
- Quail Forever
Pass It On
You can help ensure conservation efforts in Mississippi will continue for generations to come by simply sharing your passion for the outdoors with someone new. When you take the time to introduce someone new, especially a youth, to the activities you enjoy, you also pass on its traditions, skills, and values. In turn, you are keeping alive Mississippi's outdoor heritage, and ensuring future generations will be connected to nature and conservation.