Upcoming banquets in SOUTH CAROLINA:

South Carolina State Rendezvous, SC - 01/23/2015
McCormick, SC 298354431

Aiken County Local, SC - 02/06/2015
Aiken, SC 29801

Zach Farmer Orangeburg Chapter, SC - 02/07/2015
Orangeburg, SC 29115

Mac McEwen Chapter-Sumter, SC - 02/20/2015
Sumter, SC 29150

Turkey Creek Chapter - 02/21/2015
Barnwell, SC 29812

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"Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt." TV

"Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt." TV features NWTF biologists and staff showing viewers the best ways to bring wildlife to their property.

Along with biologists and industry specialists, NWTF experts provide habitat management and hunting tips that will improve wildlife species and your success.

Be sure to tune in to the best habitat and hunting show available on the Pursuit Channel, watch "Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt." Click here to view full episodes online.

Show Air Times

Channel 604 PRST  Channel 393 HUNT

Wednesdays: 9:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 5:30 p.m.
Sundays: 11:30 p.m.

All times are Eastern Standard Time

Starting Dec. 29 show times will be:
Wednesdays: 9:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 5:30 p.m.
Sundays: 10:30 p.m.

Be sure to check local listings for exact times and channel in your area.

"Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt." How-to Guides:

Missed out on one of our how-to guides? Click on the guide to download it.

Episode Lineup

Week of January 5: Why the NWTF Matters
This week on "Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.," we're starting off with why the NWTF matters and why you should support the NWTF. Then we'll join Matt Lindler as he tells us the pros and cons of putting a scope on your turkey gun. And finally, we'll tell you everything you need to know about planting trees to enhance your wildlife habitat.

Week of December 29: Raising An Outdoor Child
There are a lot of things out there competing for your child's attention. Sometimes, kids and their parents, forget how rewarding it is to just be outdoors and enjoy nature. This week on "Save The Habitat. Save The Hunt.," we'll talk to our experts to show you how to raise your child to love and appreciate the outdoors.

Week of December 22: Using GPS Technology on Your Property
Satellite technology has put amazing technology in the palm of our hands that we can use to not only hunt smarter, but to use for the benefit of habitat for game and non-game animals. What used to be expensive military technology is now probably sitting in your pocket, waiting for you to use to more easily manage your land. On this week's show, we'll talk to our very own Tyler Brown as he shows us not only what we can use this technology for, but also which one is right for you.

Week of December 15: How to Train Your Dog
Not all dogs are going to be grand champions, but with a little time each day, you can gain a new four-legged hunting buddy. This week on "Save The Habitat. Save The Hunt.," we're going to show you how to take that puppy and get it ready for the hunt.

Week of December 8: Partnerships & Education
The NTWF recently partnered with Cabela's to help with the new Outdoor Education Center. Cabela's Senior Wildlife Biologist, Rans Thomas, has been on site with Cabela's new tractor line, helping with some of the work. This week we're going down to Screven, Ga. to talk with Rans and his dad, former congressmen Lindsay Thomas about longleafs, partnerships, and (of course) to hunt turkeys. We'll also take a sneak peak at our expanding Outdoor Education Center.

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