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Welcome to Southern Nevada Coalition For Wildlife

 Preserving Nevada's Wildlife Heritage through Political Action, Education, and Conservation.


The Clark County Advisory Board to Manage Wildlife will hold their next meeting on

February 3rd, 2015 5:30pm

Pueblo Room of the Clark County Gov't Center, 500 S Grand Cetral Pkwy

Please come attend and stay informed!


Please click on this new video below.  A coyote tried to take a baby from a mother's arms, and killed two neighborhood dogs immediately after.


Southern Nevada Coalition for Wildlife


What do you get when you combine the forces of virtually every club, group, or organization into one solid voice for Nevada’s Wildlife? The Southern Nevada Coalition for Wildlife. As the premier conglomerate voice for Nevada’s Wildlife, the Southern Nevada’s Coalition for Wildlife (S.N.C.W) provides sportsman groups a place to have their voices heard, and acted upon. Representing literally thousands of sportsman statewide, SNCW is a coalition to help influence Nevada’s political parties and individuals to be educated, informed, and helped to make the decisions necessary to preserve our wildlife for generations to come. We are proud to represent leaders from the Fraternity of the Desert Bighorn, Nevada Wildlife Federation, Nevada Firearms Coalition, Wildlife Habitat and Improvement of Nevada as well as national organizations such as the NRA, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and many more.


As a formal 501.C4 organization, we have the capacity to lobby for wildlife, conservation and sportsmen’s issues. We can and do spend hard earned dollars to protect and preserve Nevada’s wildlife. We meet with and endeavor to educate, and be a trusted voice of reasons for politicians, assemblymen, and any and all local leaders. The decisions they make as lawmakers affect our land access, hunting and trapping rules and regulations as well as wilderness and public land access in Nevada.


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