[Tweeters] Putting our money where it does good

Tom Talbott tom.talbott at gmail.com
Sat Nov 16 18:54:47 PST 2013


"Watchable Wildlife Decal Package"

Looks interesting. Why have I never heard of it before? Here's the link:

https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov/wdfw/ww_decal.html

Hey look! It is under "fishhunt". Right where I would look for something
like this... :)

Tom


On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 6:16 PM, Walter Kuciej <WALTERK74 at comcast.net>wrote:


> Hi all, I'm currently reading "The Wild Duck Chase", by Martin J. Smith.

> It's a fascinating story about the Federal Duck Stamp Contest, and a

> history of the one government program that puts 98% of funds raised

> directly into buying or leasing habitat for waterfowl, which has also

> created many National Wildlife Refuges . If you've ever birded Nisqually,

> or Dungeness Spit, you have seen the program in action. It's not just for

> duck hunters. They're required to buy a stamp; birders aren't. But we

> should. It's only $15, the cost of gas for a (short) trip these days. Can

> be purchased at many post offices. If you're interested in wildlife art, I

> recommend you read this book.

> Locally, we have the Watchable Wildlife Decal Package, which supports

> programs for non-hunting wildlife viewers. It's $29, and can be purchased

> online ( google Watchable Wildlife Decal Package). While the Discover Pass

> gets you into wildlife areas as well as state parks, this Decal puts money

> into more specific projects that could benefit birders.

> So, put your hard-earned money where it will actually do good for

> birders. Thanks, Walt Kuciej_______________________________________________

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