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Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Fish & Wildlife > Nongame & Endangered Wildlife Nongame & Endangered Wildlife

Wildlife Diversity personnel are responsible for the conservation and management of more than 750 species of nongame and endangered wildlife in Indiana. Wildlife Diversity projects depend on voluntary donations to the Nongame Fund. In addition, reimbursements for expenditures are received through the State Wildlife Grants program, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The reimbursable expenditures must be used on projects involving species of greatest conservation need identified by Indiana's Comprehensive Wildlife Strategy.

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Barn owl – Donate to Nongame Fund Redside dace (Endangered Species List) Hellbender (Wildlife Diversity Report) Osprey (Wildlife Diversity Program)

 

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