Water for Wildlife
Founded in 1975 by the Past Shooters of the One-Shot Antelope Hunt, Water for Wildlife Foundation is an excellent example of how sportsmen and sportswomen support wildlife conservation. Originally focused only on projects benefiting antelope, the organization has grown to support over 50 different species in 12 arid western states.
Water for Wildlife’s conservation projects provide vital water and habitat improvements for a wide variety of game and non-game species ranging from desert bighorn sheep, mule deer, and elk to quail, mourning dove, golden eagle, and a variety of songbirds. Each project is scientifically selected by experts at state game and fish agencies and often complement other restoration projects in the surrounding landscape. Permanent and reliable supplemental water improves year-round habitats, expands ranges and migration corridors, benefits herd distribution, and increases species survival rates.
Funding from Mzuri Wildife Foundation has been instrumental to numerous water enhancement projects in Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming, Arizona, Colorado, and other states. Since its founding, Water for Wildlife has completed over 500 wildlife conservation projects.
Website: Water for Wildlife Foundation