Other Ways to Help
Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Annual Pass
The Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Annual Pass is valid at all MINWR fee sites. The pass cost $25 per year and provides access to Black Point Wildlife Drive and the refuge boat ramps. The pass is available for purchase at the MINWR Visitor Center.
For more information please visit www.fws.gov/merrittisland or call 321-861-0669.
Federal Duck Stamp
The Federal Duck Stamp Program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has raised funds to acquire over 6 million acres of wet lands since 1934. These lands become part of the National Wildlife Refuge System, which is designated to protect and conserve wildlife and wildlife habitat. The Federal Duck Stamp is not only a pass for waterfowl hunters but also for conservationist, birders, stamp collectors and educators. Please help support and protect these special places.
The Duck Stamp is an annual pass valid from July 1 to June 30. The pass cost $25 and will cover all fees of the MINWR. Please visit the Visitor Center to purchase your stamp today.
For more information visit www.fws.gov/birds/get-involved/duck-stamp.php
National Wildlife Refuge Association
The National Wildlife Refuge Association (the Refuge Association) works to protect America’s wildlife heritage by bringing a unique perspective and creative strategies to conservation. Refuge Association has created a powerful recipe for success by leveraging the world’s largest wildlife conservation program–the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 150-million acre National Wildlife Refuge System–and engaging other conservation nonprofits, private land owners and refuge Friends groups in safeguarding wildlife. By mobilizing citizens in support of conservation, generating support for wildlife conservation among decision makers, and creating mosaics of public and private protected lands, the Refuge Association is ensuring a future for wildlife across America.
The National Wildlife Refuge Association’s mission is to conserve America’s wildlife heritage for future generations through strategic programs that protect and enhance the National Wildlife Refuge System and the landscapes beyond its boundaries.
For more information please visit www.refugeassociation.org