Winchester has been a proud partner of the NWTF since 1995 and has contributed more than $1.5 million towards conservation and education. Their support has helped spread the message of conservation and the story of the wild turkey to millions of sportsmen, women and children across the country.
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3 months ago
Pursue the Wild with Kristy Titus highlights a western conservation project of the NWTF.
The NWTF is helping to improve forest ecosystems out west by expanding wildlife friendly forests with a partnership agreement between the USFS, the NWTF and private contractors. In Oregon, The Son Stewardship Agreement is being used to increase the amount of habitat restoration work completed. Watch this episode of Pursue The Wild, Tips From The Wild with Kristy Titus to learn more.
Click here to join the NWTF: https://www.nwtf.org/
1 year ago
The NWTF has teamed up with several outdoor industry heavy-hitters to positively impact its Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative and work to reverse the decline in hunting participation. Learn about the role of corporate sponsors and how more outdoor industry companies can become involved.
1 year ago
Colorado Parks and Wildlife focuses this episode of Livin’ the Wildlife on the wild turkey. Colorado is home to two subspecies of wild turkeys, the Merriam’s and the Rio Grande. The native Merriam’s turkeys live in the foothills and mountains west of I-25, and the Rio Grand turkeys were introduced to river corridors on Colorado’s eastern plains in the 1980s. To rebuild populations, Colorado Parks and Wildlife launched an aggressive trap and transfer program. In working with the NWTF, CPW relocated and reintroduced thousands of turkeys across the state. Today, the state is home to more than 40,000 birds, the largest population ever in the state’s history.
For more information on hunting turkeys in Colorado, visit https://cpw.state.co.us/