Upcoming banquets in SOUTH CAROLINA:

Blue Hose Wild Turkey Celebration - 04/23/2014
Clinton, SC 29325

Lexington Longbeards, SC - 05/02/2014
Lexington, SC 29072

Fairfield, SC - 05/03/2014
Ridgeway, SC 29130

John C. Calhoun's Longbeards - 05/10/2014
Easley, SC 29642

Turkey Creek Chapter - 05/17/2014
Barnwell, SC 29812

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Past Articles

Find a Place to Hunt You Never Knew Existed

April is National Wild Turkey Federation Month at Bass Pro Shops

State Save the Hunt Coordinator Selection Underway

New Item

Jennifer Foster

A Letter of Thanks to NWTF Volunteers

The Future of Conservation Delivery

Breaking Ground to Breaking Clays

Cabela's Turkey Calls

A Pioneering Event

You Can Host a "Hunter Creation" Event

Discover Prehistoric Wildlife at the 2014 NWTF Convention and Sport Show

What’s Your Why?

Hit Me With Your Best Shot

From the Classroom to the Field

Meet Becky Humphries

Following the Path of Volunteerism

40 Wildlife Species That Benefit From NWTF Work

Free Gift for Hunters

Shop AmazonSmile, Support NWTF

Brenda Valentine Named Tennessee Wildlife Federation Conservation Communicator of the Year

40 Ways You Can Get Involved in the NWTF

Welcome to the Kennamer Class

Rain. Rust. Ruined. – Tips to Protect Your Firearms from Foul Weather

Permanent Access Secured to 18,000 Acres of Public Land

A New Approach to Mentored Hunting

Modern Methods of Fall Turkey Dogging

Many Hands Make Light Work

Fall Turkey Hunting: Facts and Myths

Five Phases of Fall and Winter Flocks

Federal Employees! Donate to the NWTF Through the Combined Federal Campaign

Learn to Hunt Program Launched in Pennsylvania

Another College Chapter Win for Illinois

NWTF Outreach Efforts to Become Hunting Heritage Programs

The Rio Round Up

NWTF Chufa Overstock Sale!

The Next Generation of Leaders: NWTF College Chapters

Water and the Wild Turkey

Biology & The Turkey Hunter

Q&A with Michael Waddell

It's My NWTF: Art Mott

Suunto M-9 Wrist Compass Review

5 Ways You Can Help Save the Hunt

Youth Shooting Benefits From New Partnership

NWTF Launches “Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.” TV

Marathon General Purpose Quartz Watch with Date Review

Supporting Habitat Improvements and Public Hunting

Investing in NWTF Volunteers

Bass Pro is a Big Fish for the NWTF

Outdoor Fun Fights Childhood Obesity

Rights of Way Could be Key to Tagging your Tom this Year

Making Grand National Glory

Healthy Forests = Healthy Wildlife

2012's Dirty Dozen

Q&A with Matt Van Cise

"Made in USA" Makes a Difference with Sportsmen

Product Review | The WonderFunnel

Be a Mentor

Alpha-gal

SRS Hunt

Sweepstakes

Product Review DrawerVault

Sequester Impacts Hunters

25 Top Scoring Birds in Wild Turkey Records

April Membership

Growing with the NWTF Conservation Seed Program

NWTF Chapters Work to Promote Hunting on National Wildlife Refuges

Valentine Wins National Writing Award for NWTF Blog

NWTF, Forest Service Team for Critical Prescribed Burn in Georgia

NWTF-initiated Proposal Topples Barrier in Kansas

Terry Drury Interview April

Manny Marimontes

1973–2013 40 Years of Conservation

Biospeaking: Alien Bacon

February Product Review

Review Product 2013 Jan. Newsletter

Farm Bill Newsletter Headline

Virginia Tech helmets

Newsletter changes Newsletter

Turkey Call newsletter

2013 National Convention Newsletter

Sportsmen's Act Stalls in Senate

2012 Turkey Burn

Brent commentary Newsletter Dec. 2012

Dec. 2012 Product Review Bipod

Could Native Warm Season Grasses Relieve Your Drought Headaches?

Do Fall Turkey Seasons Make Sense?

Conservation: A Historical Perspective

Together We Stand For Conservation

Outreach? What's Outreach?

Too Many Hens?

Wild Turkeys and Predators

Why Don't They Gobble?

Variations Make Odd Wild Turkeys - Feathers

Hot New Products at 2009 Convention

Ten New Turkey Vests for Spring

Turkey Myths Debunked

Range Estimation Made Easy

Start Planning for Spring

It's never too early to start preparing for the spring gobbler season, especially if you're traveling for a bird.

Keeping a Keen Edge

Tree Stand Safety

Don't let anything happen to you. Follow these safety tips when hunting from a tree stand this fall.

Eat Better. Help the Economy. Hunt Local.

Want to save money during these economic times? Go hunting in your area, and each what your catch.

Chainsaw Safety Tips

Before heading out to get fuel for your home or hunt camp stove, be sure to review these chainsaw safety tips.

White House Conference on North American Wildlife Policy Meets in October

Around 1,000 conservation leaders and government decision-makers will meet in Reno, Nev., in October to chart the future of wildlife and hunting.

Setting the Stage for the Next Century of Conservation

This article is the first in a series about the White House Conference on North American Wildlife Policy. Following articles will provide more in-depth perspectives on the historical context of hunting and conservation.

Planning a Food Plot for Deer and Wild Turkeys

Food plots make your land more productive and hunting more rewarding, but if you're thinking of planting for this fall, you need to start planning now.

7 Tips for Busting Flying Targets

Whether training for competition on the range or to down more birds for the dove opener next week, every shooter wants to become better. Here are some basic tips to remember the next time you shoulder your shotgun.

NWTF Recognizes New Slams, Pins

Beginning in January 2007, hunters will be able to register two additional slams: Mexican slam and Canadian Slam.

Playing it by Ear

When gobbles ring out in every direction, Henry Haas never hears them. He can't hear much of anything really, so he sits in his blind with a box call watching for birds rather than listening for them.

ATV Safety in the Field

From recreational riding to planting food plots, to scouting and utility use in the hunting woods, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) play a significant role in the outdoor world. With nearly 4.5 million ATVs in this country and more than 500,000 miles of legal backcountry roads, machine safety is important.

Capitol Area Attractions for Outdoor Lovers

Brooding on Habitat

NWTF dollars and volunteer hours give wild turkey poults in Pennsylvania's Michaux State Forest a better chance at surviving their first spring and summer.

Dogwoods Offer Flowers and More

Flowering dogwood trees hold their bright red berries through late fall and into early winter, providing nutritious forage to small mammals and birds, including wild turkeys. For a limited time, the NWTF is offering flowering dogwood seedlings through its Project HELP program.

How to Plant a Tree

Planting a tree requires more than digging a hole, putting a tree in and refilling the hole.

Turkey Hunting's Top Ten States

Turkey hunters searching for an out-of-state adventure can get a head start by figuring out which states account for the most number of turkeys tagged. We make it easy for you with this top ten list!

The NWTF in New Mexico is Creating New Opportunities for Turkey Hunters

With Merriam's turkeys in its mountains, Rio Grande turkeys along its river bottoms and Gould's turkeys in its southwest corner, New Mexico offers hunters the chance to see three of the five wild turkey subspecies.

Sportsmen’s Groups Boost Conservation Agenda

President Bush canceled plans to dilute the Clean Water Act after meeting with leaders of America's top sportsmen's organizations. Click here to learn how sportsmen and women are gaining recognition as a force for conservation.

Sport Hunting Helping the Ocellated Turkey

This colorful Central American turkey species lives in the tropical rainforests of Guatemala, Belize and southern Mexico. Click here to learn how the ocellated turkey benefits from regulated sport hunting.

Conservation Spotlight: Ontario, Canada

Eighteen years after its first reintroduction efforts, Ontario offers hunters a premier destination for chasing the Eastern subspecies.

Fall Land Management Tips You Can’t Ignore

Break out the chainsaw and roto-tiller and head for your hunting woods with these fall season land improvement suggestions from NWTF's conservation biologists.

NWTF Conservation Spotlight: Nebraska

Hunters looking to bag Eastern and Merriam's turkeys need look no further than the state of Nebraska. Click here to learn more about the Turkey Federation's efforts to help bring North America's largest game bird back to Nebraska.

Double Duty Dressing

Aloha, From the NWTF

Michigan Stars in NWTF Conservation Efforts

Turkey Calls Get Their Due

Hunters have appreciated the form and function of turkey calls for hundreds, even thousands, of years. But the functional and beautiful calls haven't typically been known about, much less recognized as an art form, in mainstream society--until now.

The Young Hero

In recent years, a kind of patriotism not seen since World War II has united the nation, giving new meaning to "One nation under God." The same commitment that led colonists with their hunting rifles off to fight the British for independence led David Mahlke III to Iraq, where he discovered the early patriots' homespun truth: A good hunter makes a good soldier.

 


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