The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission recently unveiled its newly designed Wildlife Conservation License Plate, which features an artistic drawing of a Pine Barrens treefrog along with the agency’s signature “Wildlife” logo.

The plate is available now through the N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles and costs $30, with $20 from each plate going to the agency’s Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Fund.

The new design replaces the cardinal and dogwood logo, which has been the symbol of the fund since 1983 — the year the fund was first established by the North Carolina General Assembly.

The fund supports projects and programs conducted by the Wildlife Diversity Program.