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Nongame & Endangered Wildlife

Staff in the Office of Science and Research are responsible for the conservation and management of the more than 150 Species of Greatest Conservation Need in Indiana. Habitat management and conservation programs to benefit these species are supported by voluntary contributions to the Indiana Nongame Wildlife Fund and supplemental grants from the federal government. For every $5 donation to the Indiana Nongame Wildlife Fund, Indiana is eligible to receive $9 in federal funds through the State Wildlife Grants (SWG) Program. SWG funds must be used on conservation efforts to benefit Species of Greatest Conservation Need in Indiana's State Wildlife Action Plan. 

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