Tax dollars can save at-risk species



Taxpayers filing their annual income tax returns this year can take a little of the sting out of the chore by helping save the state’s native plants and animals.
Filers can simply enter the amount they wish to donate on line 403 of the tax return form, which automatically ensures the money will go to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Rare and Endangered Species Preservation Program.
Filers also can donate to the California Sea Otter Fund by specifying the amount they ...

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