The Meg & Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund
Pondering the proposition that if people knew more about the lives and needs of the wildlife about them, they could—IF THEY WOULD be more generous toward and caring about their wild companions. Meg and Bert Raynes conclude they just might. It’s the hope of all education. Meg and Bert have always shared what facts they learned by watching and reading (mostly birds to be sure) as they could. The Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund hopes to continue and expand that purpose, and that hope into the future.
The mission of the Meg and Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund is to initiate, augment, or simply fund projects or activities to help maintain viable and sustainable wildlife populations into the future, especially in Wyoming and Jackson Hole, through support of research, education, habitat protection and habitat restoration.
The Meg & Bert Raynes Wildlife Fund was established within the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole on June 10, 2008.