Mississippi Wildlife Federation

The Mississippi Wildlife Federation is the largest network of conservationists in the state. We are a federation of individuals, businesses and organizations committed to natural resource conservation, environmental quality, hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreation in Mississippi. We are a citizen's organization, not a state or federal agency.

to conserve Mississippi's natural resources and protect our wildlife legacy.

Contact Mississippi Wildlife Federation

517 Cobblestone Court
Suite 2
Madison , Mississippi  39110
Phone: (601) 605-1790
Fax: (601) 605-1794


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Project Updates for Wildlife Federation

Successful Conservation Partnership Keeps Bi-State Sage-Grouse Off Endangered Species List

Partnership among California, Nevada, Federal Agencies, & Landowners Helped Conserve Key Habitat, Reduce Threats to Bird.

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Downeast Lakes Forestry Partnership
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Northern Michigan Conservation and Wildlife Alliance
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Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership
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