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Topic: When Can I Get the 2018 Warden Stamp?  (Read 69 times)

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January 18, 2017

Question: I enjoy collecting the warden stamps (or decals) that come out every year. Is there a new edition coming out for 2018 soon? When will it be available? (Bridget)

Answer: Yes! The 2018 Warden Stamp is now available for $5 online at www.ca.wildlifelicense.com/internetsales, at any license sales agent or California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) sales counter, or at any of the upcoming sportmen’s shows (including the International Sportsmen’s Exposition this weekend in Sacramento). As you said, the “stamps” are actually decals that can be attached to vehicles, outdoor gear, etc. Initiated in 2010, the Warden Stamp program helps raise money to support the purchase of equipment and training for the state’s wildlife officers. It also provides funding for special law enforcement programs, including CDFW’s K-9 program. In fact, this year’s stamp pays homage to K-9 wildlife officers, with the image of a German shepherd dog at attention.