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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NWTF Annual Report

As the NWTF celebrated its 40th anniversary this year, we had a clear view of our past, current opportunities and bright future. There is a common thread running through each of them — our mission.

Our message of conservation and hunting heritage rings just as clearly today as it did in the early days of our organization. In 1973, the clarion call was to re-establish wild turkeys across North America. We came together like no other conservation organization in history to restore the wild turkey.

We had turkeys flying out of boxes from Washington to Florida, Maine to New Mexico. Along with our partners at state, federal and provincial agencies, we saw the need, and we met the challenge head on. These majestic birds went from a mere 30,000 in the early 1900s to nearly 7 million strong today.

Learn more about our accomplishments and our new Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative by downloading our 2013 Annual Report.

Click on the following links to download: About the NWTF | Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. | Our Volunteers and Supporters


About the NWTF

Contents:

  • A Message from our Leadership
  • Financial
  • 40 Years of Success
  • The Challenges We Face
  • Wild Turkey Population Declines
  • North American Model of Conservation

Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.

Contents:

  • Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.
  • State Strategic Plans
  • Save the Habitat
  • Focal Landscapes
  • Save the Hunt
  • Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.

Our Volunteers and Supporters

Contents:

  • Our Volunteers
  • Our Supporters
  • NWTF Leadership
  • 8 Ways to Connect with Us

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