Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists
“The Vision of the Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists is to protect and enhance the natural resources and wildlife habitats of the greater Lake Norman area, for all to enjoy.”
Projects, Programs, Events and Opportunities
World of Falconry
Join LNWC at World Falconry Day in Statesville on Saturday, Nov. 16th, from 10 AM till 2 PM! Celebrate raptors, see birds of prey up close, and learn about falconry. This is a great free event for the whole family. Hope you can attend!
Call for Volunteers
Many have asked "How can I help LNWC?" Now is your chance. We have several projects where volunteers are needed. These projects include working the gardens of the Butterfly Highway, relocating Purple Martin houses, and plantings for Shoreline Stabilization. To sign up and/or find out more details, click on button below.
Hunters Offering Others Food
LNWC Hunters Offering Other's Food (HOOF) Program brings together farmers, sportsmen and community groups to sustainably manage white-tailed deer, reduce deer damage to crops, increase local farm and community revenue and provide hunter-harvested venison to local food banks and shelters.
Join Our Leadership Team
LNWC is seeking leaders to help us protect and enhance wildlife habitat in the Lake Norman region. There are a wide variety of opportunities available, ranging from leading a Bird House Build to building community support! Want to help? Contact President Terry Marr at email@example.com
Common Trees of the Piedmont
Join LNWC on Thursday, November 14th from 7:00 to 8:30 PM at Moorseville Public Library as Tori Strunk, Biologist and Environmental Educator at Latta Plantation, teaches us about the native trees all around us.
Programs, presentations, outdoor walking or boat tours are given periodically for the purposes of environmental education, appreciation of wildlife and natural history, and conservation of wildlife habitat and natural resources.