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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Cow Camp Clean Up Sage Grouse Habitat Diana Project Current Issues Environmental Programs Water Allocation Distribution in NV Walker Lake Aquistion Transfer Program Endangered Species Act ESA Newsletters Quarterly Newsletter Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Nevada Environmental Links Friends of the Black Rock Desert Friends of Nevada Wilderness Great Basin Bird Observatory Lahontan Audubon Society League to Save Lake Tahoe Mule Deer Foundation Nevada Waterfowl Association Rangelands

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Programs Water Allocation Distribution in NV Walker Lake Aquistion Transfer Program Endangered Species Act ESA Newsletters Quarterly Newsletter Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle State Governmental Links BLM Nevada Home Page Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest National Park Service Lake Mead NRA Nevada Department of Wildlife Nevada State Parks State of Nevada Wildlife Commission USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Nevada Las Vegas Wash Coordination Committee U S Fish Wildlife

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Past Projects Corn Creek Crawdad Removal Cow Camp Clean Up Sage Grouse Habitat Diana Project Current Issues Environmental Programs Water Allocation Distribution in NV Walker Lake Aquistion Transfer Program Endangered Species Act ESA Newsletters Quarterly Newsletter Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Sportsman Links STOP POACHING 1 800 992 3030 DU Safari Club International RMEF Mule Deer Friends of the NRA Fraternity of Desert Big Horn Nevada Bighorn

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    NDOW Affiliate Hunting Fishing Hunting Education Hunt Section Map Fishing Education Past Projects Corn Creek Crawdad Removal Cow Camp Clean Up Sage Grouse Habitat Diana Project Current Issues Environmental Programs Water Allocation Distribution in NV Walker Lake Aquistion Transfer Program Endangered Species Act ESA Newsletters Quarterly Newsletter Additional Info Public Lands Tread Lightly Fishing Calendar About Nevada Recreational Sites Nevada State Parks Cave Lake Red Rock Biking Trail Visiting Hoover Dam Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Mt Charleston Kyle Canyon Las Vegas Springs Preserve Floyd Lamb Park Tule Springs Place of Interests Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Anaho National Wildlife Refuge Desert National Wildlife Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Current Raffle Items Old West Cookbook Over 235 recipes in 271 pages From Meat Main

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    Refuge Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Great Basin National Park Spring Mountains National Recreation Area Lake Mead National Recreation Area National Wildlife Refuge Red Rock Biking Trail Wildlife Viewing Nature Center Nevada Info Animals of Nevada Nevada Trees and Flowers Nevada Vital Statistics Links Nevada Environmental Links State Governmental Links Other Environmental Links Sportsman Links Just 4 Fun Raffle Nevada Wildlife Federation Join Nevada Wildlife Federation Form Mail In From Join Nevada Wildlife Federation Online MEMBERSHIP INFO MEMBERSHIP TYPES RENEWAL RATES We need your help Join Nevada Wildlife Federation and help support wildlife conservation efforts in Nevada If you are not already a member please become a member of Nevada Wildlife Federation Your membership dues for an investment of as little as 25 a year will make important things happen You ll join other sportsmen and wildlife enthusiasts in representing their interests at local state and federal levels You ll receive the NVWF newsletter Nevada Wildlife four times a year and be better informed on the campaign to support elk on public lands and other crucial conservation issues facing our state You ll help the federation continue its tradition of conservation education for young Nevadans Membership Options We need your help to expand these programs that are working to improve our quality of life and keep our wild places in Nevada for our children and grandchildren to enjoy Nevada Wildlife Federation is the state affiliate of the National Wildlife Federation Benefactor 100 per year Sustaining 40 to 99 per year Family 35 per year Associate 25 per year Student 12 per year Corporate 250 500 1000 per year and up Affiliate Organizations 25 00 per year Life Membership 400 00 relatives at same address If you have any questions send an e mail or

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  • Nevada Wildlife Federation
    the priority that you and your staff have placed upon finding a peaceful resolution to this criminal occupation and your efforts to keep the public and federal employees safe however the situation does not appear to be dissipating and the numbers of continue to swell Inaction is emboldening this criminal element at the expense of the overwhelming majority of Americans who support keeping public lands accessible for all especially the thousands of Oregonians who have been unable to visit the Refuge for weeks What started as a relatively peaceful protest has now turned into a destructive binge with the occupiers ripping down fences digging holes bulldozing roads desecrating artifacts threatening staff commandeering federal vehicles and building fortifications These criminal acts are undermining the public trust doctrine that our federal refuges embody and years of work to restore critical habitat including reducing invasive non native carp for the enjoyment of all Americans efforts that could be lost if its order is not restored We are concerned that the number of occupiers has grown from around ten to more than fifty with many individuals coming and going as they please to bring in new supplies and equipment Allowing this to continue increases the chance of escalation and we encourage you to contain and constrain the occupation by preventing perpetrators who leave the premise from returning and preventing additional individuals from entering the Refuge or bringing in more supplies As organizations and individuals that care deeply about America s public lands our fish and wildlife and the value these resources bring to communities across the country and the globe we believe that it is imperative that we end the brazenly illegal occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge as soon as possible The National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates represent more than six million members and supporters who hunt fish hike camp and watch wildlife We and the hundreds of millions of Americans who enjoy our public lands stand in solidarity with you and are unified in our opposition to the illegal actions currently taking place on the Malheur Refuge We respect the First Amendment Rights of all Americans to be able to freely express opinions including discontent with how national public lands are managed our Federation itself often raises concerns when fish and wildlife are put at risk but this is no longer a civil protest or a free speech issue The acts of destruction combined with the prevention of other Americans to access public lands that are their birthright are a clear violation of law and must be treated as such The investment in conservation by all Americans starting with this Refuge s establishment by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908 through the Duck Stamps purchased by Americans this year represent the very best of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation and the public trust doctrine in which these phenomenal resources are accessible to all Americans regardless of income or background We cannot allow these values to be undercut and pillaged

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