Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp
The Division of Wildlife receives no taxpayer dollars to conserve, restore and manage Ohio’s wildlife and its habitat. The majority of those efforts are supported by hunters and anglers through the purchase of licenses and permits. Financial support is also received through donations to the Ohio Wildlife Diversity Fund, purchase of specialty license plates, such as the Cardinal license plate, tax check-off, and now the Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp.
Projects such as tracking the migration of Sandhill Cranes are possible in part because of funds derived from the sales of the Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp. You can help to put your stamp on these and other wildlife conservation projects. Click here to buy your stamp now.
Who Buys the Stamp?
See our stamp buyer profile of Darlene Sillick, who volunteers with many conservation groups and establishes nest box trails and grids for eastern bluebirds, tree swallows and prothonatary warblers just to name a few.
Buying this collectible wildlife stamp will show that you support:
- habitat restoration, land purchases and conservation easements
- keeping common species common
- endangered & threatened native species
- educational products for students and wildlife enthusiasts
- wildlife and habitat research projects
The inaugural Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamps generated more than $20,500 for wildlife conservation. Thank you and let’s keep it going!