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A wildlife bill nearly four years in the making has been cleared for the President’s approval. The legislation authorizes funding for states with existing non-game legislation and seeks additional mechanisms for appropriations.
There are now twenty-seven states funding non-game wildlife programs. Most programs make an inventory of native wildlife, establish observation areas, perform rehabilitation and animal control, and raise funds through excise taxes.