Order yours now: WisDOT begins issuing new license plate featuring American Bald Eagle

MADISON -- The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is now issuing a new Endangered Resources license plate that features a photo rendition of an American Bald Eagle. The eagle plate is the third in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Endangered Resources series.

The plates can be ordered online by CLICKING HERE.

The eagle design highlights the eagle’s recovery in Wisconsin. The eagle plate replaces the limited-edition badger plate that was added in 2010 and ended August 17. A total of 3,490 badger plates were issued.

When you purchase a special Endangered Resources license plate the fee includes an annual $25 donation to the DNR’s Endangered Resources Fund. The Fund supports the work of the DNR's Natural Heritage Conservation Program to identify, protect and manage native plants, animals and Wisconsin's natural communities from the common to the critically endangered. The annual donation supports work to: