Driving For Wildlife

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Thousands of vehicles display Colorado’s first and only license plates that benefit wildlife by supporting our exclusive educational programs. Be part of this important growing trend: Driving For Wildlife…put America’s national bird on your car’s tail.

You can race for the cure or walk for hunger, to name only a few things many of us are doing to benefit various causes in our communities.  But what  is your car, truck, or SUV doing besides using up natural resources at faster or slower rates?

Well it gets you and your family to a variety of places.  It does so more and more efficiently and safely as each new model appears.  It enables us to accomplish more within our modern and complex lives than horses ever could.  It is also comparatively easier on the environment than many environmentalists would want to admit.  Just think of cleaning up after all the horses that would be needed to haul several hundred million people around America. That’s about 40lbs of waste per horse per day. Phew!  Then just think of all the soil that would have to be planted to feed all those horses…less room for wildlife for sure, and less room for us to explore. And how about all those flies?

So why not celebrate this and all the other good and fun things driving allows us to do?  Join our Driving For Wildlife (DFW) campaign, and your car will contribute directly to the improvement of wildlife and the environment in our great state through education and research.  And every day your car is moving on our streets, it will proclaim that Colorado Respects Wildlife, by displaying Colorado’s first and only license plates that benefit wildlife by supporting our exclusive educational programs.  Put America’s national bird on your car’s tail to benefit the environment, which is something that all those animals on airplane tails can never do.  Sorry Griswold…

You and Your Car Could Be…

Photo: Alex Reshetniak

 

Tell your friends, and get them to join our campaign.  As our numbers increase, our message of respecting wildlife is growing into a subliminal presence everywhere you drive.  Help us deliver this message further and faster on your car or truck. Become a stealth agent for wildlife respect.

If you know someone who might wish to be a business sponsor of our Driving For Wildlife campaign, tell them to look us up on our web site, or simply call us at 303-680-8500.  Individual memberships are also available.

Put the symbol of freedom, courage, and power on your car today by becoming a member of the Raptor Education Foundation.

 

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Raptor Education Foundation is a Certified Mile High United Way Affiliated Agency

Mile High United Way: (REF) Designation Code: 0294


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Anne Price — Corp. Secretary, Peter Reshetniak — President
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Anne Price — Curator
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