Wildlife Conservation Pass

We are very excited to relaunch the Wildlife Conservation Stamp project as the Wildlife Conservation Pass. Rather than promote a second stamp, we’ve created a brand new alternative that stands on its own. It’s modern, and its design can be adapted for a variety of uses (see below). This will be an innovative way for us to show our support for the National Wildlife Refuge system.

Wildlife Conservation Pass

These are a few of the reasons we revamped our project:

  • Many organizations now feature credit-card-sized passes for their members — easily traveled in a wallet and large enough to feature scan & bar codes for the types of commercial tie-ins we have planned.
  • Compared to a stamp, the larger format of the pass will do a superior job of showcasing the winning images from nature photographers who enter the contest.
  • The modern design distinguishes our project from the existing Federal Duck Stamp, respecting the stamp’s unique history while appealing to our large and growing demographic of enthusiastic wildlife watchers, as well as newcomers to birding and nature photography.

Here is an image of the back of the pass.

Wildlife Conservation Pass

Please head on over to 10000 Birds to read the entire announcement and feel free to leave a comment! I would also appreciate it if you would help our cause by clicking the Wildlife Conservation Pass “Join Us On Facebook” widget in the right hand sidebar ———–>

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Northern Red-shafted Flickers and Nestlings

by Larry Jordan on June 16, 2016

Northern Flicker Male

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The proud father of five Northern Flicker (Red-shafted) nestlings perches near the entrance of the nestbox. See the full post which includes a video of the adults and the nestlings inside the box at 10000 Birds.

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Northern Flickers Have Finally Found Their Nest Box

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Northern Flicker Female at Nest Box Entrance

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Eurasian Wigeon Drake

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Marbled Godwit

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Heermann's Gull

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California Gulls at 10000 Birds

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Why are gulls so difficult to ID? Check out my latest post on the California Gull over at 10000 Birds. Did you like this? Share it:

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Cassin’s Finches Arrive at 10000 Birds

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Cassin's Finch Male

Cassin’s Finch (Carpodacus cassinii) male photographed at Lassen Volcanic National Park is being featured (click on photos for full sized images) along with his female partner… in my latest West Coast Beat Writer post at 10000 Birds. You can see several photos of these two as well as a couple of their close relative, the Purple Finch […]

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Mountain Bluebird Male

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Water Ouzel Nest Found at Lassen Volcanic National Park

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American Dipper or Water Ouzel (Cinclus mexicanus) Feeding Nestlings One of the best things about our annual Audubon chapter’s Lassen Park campout is that we get to see several species of mountain birds that we don’t normally see in the Sacramento Valley. I know for a certainty that I will be able to see one […]

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes 2015 Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities on National Wildlife Refuges

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Great Horned Owl with Owlets

Please head on over to 10000 Birds to read my latest post on the Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities on National Wildlife Refuges. You might also want to read my latest post, and join me in urging congress to End Cruel Trapping on National Wildlife Refuges. Did you know that an estimated 300 refuges allow trapping of […]

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A Nuttall’s Woodpecker in Our Garden Ends Up at 10000 Birds

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Nuttall's Woodpecker Juvenile

There are many more photos of this juvenile Nuttall’s Woodpecker (Picoides nuttallii) that was raiding my plum tree in my latest West Coast Beat Writer post over at 10000 Birds. Go check it out!     Did you like this? Share it:

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The Regal Western Kingbird at 10000 Birds

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Western Kingbird

  Don’t miss Western Kingbirds. It’s all about the Western Kingbird (Tyrannus verticalis). Did you like this? Share it:

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