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North Carolina Wildlife Federation (U.S.)

Last modified: 2018-12-26 by rick wyatt
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[speculative flag of North Carolina Wildlife Federation] image by Randy Young, 12 September 2018

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The North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) is one of 51 state and territory affiliates of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). The members of the affiliate network help push for and implement NWF policies and goals for wildlife and habitat conservation and environmental protection. The NCWF was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in both Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina. The organization states as its mission "to protect, conserve and restore North Carolina wildlife and habitat." It does this through influencing state and federal environmental policies through science-based decision-making, creating a network of local chapters across the state to further the organization's goals at the grassroots level, and creating educational programs for youth and adults regarding awareness and appreciation of wildlife and the importance of protecting the environment. (

The organization's flag can be seen in the background of a photograph online at (image:  The photograph appears to show the organization's flag as featuring the NCWF logo centered on a white field. The logo itself shows an American bison in black standing in grass, facing toward the fly, on white within a yellow circle. Beneath the bison are the words "ENVIRONMENTAL" and "QUALITY," one above the other, in black capital letters. The yellow circle is bordered in black, and bears the words "NORTH CAROLINA" across the top and "WILDLIFE FEDERATION" across the bottom, both in black capital letters. The numbers "19" and "45," denoting the year the organization was founded, are found at the left and right extremes of the circle.
Randy Young, 12 September 2018