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Conservation license plates

Beginning Jan. 1, 2021, Game and Parks will benefit from the sale of four new specialty license plates available at the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Wildlife Conservation Plates

Three new plate designs featuring a bighorn sheep, sandhill crane and ornate box turtle will benefit the Wildlife Conservation Fund. The fund supports conservation of at-risk, threatened and endangered species in Nebraska. Wildlife Conservation Fund dollars are matched with other grants, so a dollar donated becomes 4 dollars for helping wildlife.

Each plate will be $5 or $40 for a specialty plate. The entire $5 fee goes directly to the Wildlife Conservation Fund; of the $40 fee, $30 goes to the conservation fund and $10 goes to the DMV Cash Fund.

Bike/Walk Nebraska

A new trail-themed plate championed by Bike/Walk Nebraska will benefit state parks’ trails maintenance. Nebraska has hundreds of miles of trails, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and water trails.  Learn more about the trails we manage.

Each plate will be $5 or $40 for a specialty plate. The entire $5 fee goes directly to the Game and Parks State Park Improvement and Maintenance Fund; of the $40 fee, $30 goes to the improvement and maintenance fund and $10 goes to the DMV Cash Fund.

Mountain lion conservation plates

Mountain lion conservation plates, introduced in 2016, benefit the Game and Parks education fund. The fund receives a portion of the plate’s fees to provide youth education programs relating to wildlife conservation practices. Learn more about education efforts. 

Each plate will be $5 or $40 for a specialty plate. The entire $5 fee goes directly to the Game & Parks Commission Education Fund; of the $40 fee, $30 goes to the education fund and $10 goes to the DMV Cash Fund.