Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Time for the Chickadee Check-Off

As taxpayers get ready to file their returns, the MN Department of Natural resources says, don't forget the chickadee check-off.

Non Game Specialist Pam Perry tells KLKS News, it is the primary means by which non game species receive support.  She says the money has funded loon projects around the Brainerd Lakes.

Perry says money from hunting license fees funds only projects for game animals.  In addition to funding loon projects, non game funding has been key in the restoration of the bald eagle population in the Brainerd Lakes Area.

The average donation is around $20.

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