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Double Your Impact for Bison!

December 30, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Millions of bison once roamed freely across the grasslands and prairies of the Great West.

Today, sadly, fewer than 5,000 bison roam in the wild, mostly within the confines of Yellowstone National Park.

We’ve been spearheading an unprecedented campaign to return bison to their native prairie habitats, but our opposition is fierce.

Give now to the Year-End Match Fund and have your donation go twice as far in the fight for wild bison and many more of America’s cherished wildlife.

There’s just five days left to donate to the Year-End Match Fund—and help reach the goal of raising $750,000 for wildlife.

Thanks to our Board of Directors and President’s Advisory Council, any donation you make today will have twice the impact for wildlife at risk.

Think about what your gift today could mean for iconic creatures like the American bison. Make a generous donation to double your impact for our nation’s wildlife now.

In the past year alone, NWF supporters helped defeat11 anti-bison bills in the Montana legislature, one of which would have allowed landowners to shoot bison on sight for wandering onto private lands in search of food.

With your help, we can go on partnering with Indian tribes and wildlife officials to provide year-round habitat for historic Yellowstone bison at risk—while also revitalizing prairie landscapes for grizzly bears, birds, bighorn sheep and countless other species.

Don’t miss your last chance to make a tax-deductible donation for wildlife in 2013. Join NWF’s Year-End Match Fund today!

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