National Wildlife Refuge Association


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National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA)

Address:1901 Pennsylvania Ave, Suite 407
Washington, DC 20006

Phone:202-333-9075
Fax:202-333-9077
Phone:877-396-6972
Web: www.refugenet.org
Established: 1975. Description:Dedicated to the protection and expansion of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Monitors legislation affecting wildlife refuges. Conducts education and information programs on the system. (See Section 4 of this directory for information on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and descriptive listings of the national wildlife refuges.) Members: 1,650 paying members (9,500 with free membership). Dues: $25/year.
Publications: Blue Goose Flyer (quarterly); free to members.

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Fish and Wildlife Service in conjunction with the National Wildlife Refuge Association and CASE, and covered everything from basic operation to the latest in engine technology, controls and equipment management.
America's national wildlife refuges are outstanding places to capture the beauty of nature and the wonder of wildlife," said David Houghton, president of the National Wildlife Refuge Association.
About National Wildlife Refuge Association The National Wildlife Refuge Association is the only nonprofit that promotes the world's largest wildlife conservation network: the National Wildlife Refuge System.
The National Wildlife Refuge Association is committed to building strategic relationships that further its goal to strengthen the ecological integrity of our national wildlife refuges and thus ensure a diverse spectrum of plants and wildlife well into the future.
To learn more about the National Wildlife Refuge Association, visit www.
As the official airline of the National Wildlife Refuge Association, Southwest is again making a positive difference for America's wildlife," said Evan Hirsche, President of the Refuge Association.
We're extremely grateful to the National Wildlife Refuge Association for this grant, which covers our direct costs for 3,000 sea oats plants.
Since the first days of the BP disaster, the National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA) has been alerting its supporters to the fact that as many as 36 refuges in the path of the spill could be adversely affected by the spreading oil.
Evan Hirsche, President of the National Wildlife Refuge Association and Desiree Sorenson-Groves, Vice President of Government Affairs, are available for interviews to discuss the impacts to wildlife on these refuges.
The National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA) and over 220 individuals representing 120 non-profit "Friends" of Refuges groups from 39 states.
announced today that it will launch two new environmental partnerships during Earth Month, partnering with both the National Wildlife Refuge Association and the Take Pride in America School Program.

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