NORTH DAKOTA WILDLIFE FEDERATION
The North Dakota Wildlife Federation is a grassroots organization which protects and enhances North Dakota's wildlife, habitat and access. NDWF promotes hunting, fishing, trapping, bird watching and other wildlife- related activities through education, programs, and on the ground projects. The North Dakota Wildlife Federation works with local, state, and federal agencies to make sure our cherished resources are wisely used.
NORTH DAKOTA GAME AND FISH
REPORT ALL POACHERS
The RAP program encourages people to report wildlife violations, remain anonymous if they prefer, and receive monetary rewards for convictions based on their information. Anonymous callers will be given a special code number and are not required to give their name.
Rewards range from $100 to $1,000 depending on the nature and seriousness of the crime.
Call 701-328-9921 to report game and fish violations.
NATURE OF THE NORTH
WELCOME TO NATURE OF THE NORTH, WHERE CLIMBERS AND NATURE ENTHUSIASTS COME TOGETHER AND CONTINUE TO GROW THE AMAZING FARGO-MOORHEAD OUTDOOR COMMUNITY!
In 1982, a group of pheasant hunters saw the connection between upland habitat loss and declining pheasant populations. An organization dedicated to wildlife habitat conservation was needed, and Pheasants Forever was formed. Pheasants Forever’s mission work quickly garnered it a reputation as “The Habitat Organization,” a tagline the nonprofit conservation group uses proudly to this day.
Pheasants Forever's mission is to conserve pheasants, quail, and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public access, education, and conservation advocacy.