Moose plates support NH wildlife

CONCORD – When you register your vehicle this year, show your support for nongame wildlife by buying a New Hampshire moose plate.

Moose conservation license plate funds benefit the state Fish and Game Department’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program. The moose plate program funds one-fourth of the nongame program’s work protecting and restoring threatened and endangered wildlife and keeping common species healthy.

Each time you buy or renew a New Hampshire moose plate, it also helps provide critical financial match that allows the nongame program to qualify for federal state wildlife grants.

The plate also supports key conservation, natural and cultural resource initiatives across the state.

Learn more about how your moose conservation license plate makes a difference for New Hampshire’s wildlife at www.mooseplate.com/recipient-agencies/nh-dept-of-fish-game.

Explore the multifaceted work of Fish and Game’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Program, conserving more than 400 species in New Hampshire that are not hunted, fished or trapped, at www.wildnh.com/nongame.