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Specialty Plates Raise $$$ For Wildlife

Idaho's wildlife license plates raise money for non-game wildlife conservation.

First the state bird, then an elk, and a trout. These iconic Idaho species are featured on the state's wildlife specialty license plates that can be seen on the front and rear bumpers of thousands of vehicles in Idaho in license plate program that raises money for wildlife conservation. Funding from sales of these plates is earmarked for managing wildlife that are not hunted, fished or trapped—more than 10,000 species or 98 percent of Idaho’s species diversity/Rich Landers, Outdoors. More here.

Question: Do you have a specialty license plate? Which one?


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