Easy Ways to Make an Impact

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Easy Ways to Make an Impact

Looking back, you can see how the beauty of our natural world has enriched your life. The National Wildlife Federation has been there with you. Now, looking forward, we can drive the conservation movement in America for years to come, saving the wildlife and natural landscapes that have nurtured and inspired you.

Your gift through your estate will continue to make an impact for generations to come. This can be your legacy — one of protecting wildlife, transforming conservation, and connecting more Americans with nature and our country’s natural heritage.

Snapshot of Your Impact

Eagle. Fort Clare, Whidbey Island, WA.

American Bald Eagle

Once on the verge of extinction in the continental United States, bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) have made a dramatic recovery thanks to a ban on the pesticide DDT and major investments in eagle protection, habitat conservation, and reintroductions.

Snapshot of Your Impact

Canada Lynx

Canada Lynx

By the late 1970s, not a single Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) was found in Colorado. However, thanks to the efforts of devoted conservationists like you, the Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) has been successfully reintroduced to its high-country habitat in the state of Colorado.

Snapshot of Your Impact

bison and calf, Yellowstone National Park

Wood Bison

Wood bison (Bison bison athabascae), a distinct northern subspecies, was eradicated from Alaska by the early 1900s. In 2015, these magnificent animals were reintroduced to the southwestern portion of the state and are now thriving.

This information is not intended as legal, accounting or other professional advice. For assistance in planning your legacy gift, please consult an estate planning attorney and/or financial advisor for professional advice.

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