The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' Endangered Resources Program will introduce a new license plate to showcase work to protect the state's natural heritage and the habitats that support them -- and you get to help choose what's on it.
This will be in addition to the original wolf license plate introduced in 1995. The new plate will be issued early next year. It will cost an additional $25 with the money used to support the DNR's efforts to protect endangered plants and animals.
To help decide which of the four plates should be added, vote here, from midnight tonight until Oct. 19. See the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.