Due to our wide-ranging topography, Nevada has some incredibly unique wildlife habitats that range from the Mojave Desert in Southern Nevada to the sagebrush steppe in Northern Nevada. Our state is the seventh-most biodiverse, and we have many success stories due to the hard work of the Nevada Department of Wildlife and conservation organizations. Funding is always key, and we always need to be looking for new revenue opportunities to finance habitat improvement and other worthy projects. Nevada’s wildlife should always be managed by sound science in a sustainable manner that allows species to thrive.
What can I do?
Sign the petition to promote wildlife corridors in Nevada for the sake of our wildlife and biodiversity.
North American Model of Wildlife Management