Montana’s annual income tax check-off fund for wildlife benefits the state’s small wildlife species including birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and it provides a fast, convenient tax break.
The wildlife income tax check-off fund also goes to activities that encourage awareness and enjoyment of birds and small mammals—think wildlife monitoring, habitat improvement projects and the publication and distribution of educational materials.
Every $10 you donate is matched up to three times with federal dollars.
For details on the ways FWP uses nongame check-off funds to help small mammals and birds, go to the FWP website at fwp.mt. gov and look under the Fish & Wildlife tab.
(Report by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks)
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