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Cabela's is dedicated to preserving your way of life not because it is our business, but it is our way of life as well. Like Cabela's, these organizations are dedicated to conserving the fish, game and wild places that are our heritage. From the bugle of a Rocky Mountain elk to a splashing trout, Cabela's is proud to be associated with these fine conservation organizations.

Paralyzed Veterans of America 
Paralyzed Veterans of America was founded in 1946 by a band of spinal cord injured service members who returned home from World War II to a grateful nation, but also to a world with few solutions to the challenges they faced. These veterans from the Greatest Generation made a decision not just to live, but to live with dignity as contributors to society. They created Paralyzed Veterans, dedicated to veterans service, medical research and civil rights for people with disabilities. And for more than six decades, Paralyzed Veterans and its 34 chapters have been working to create an America where all veterans, and people with disabilities, and their families, have everything they need to thrive. Please visit www.pva.org to learn more about our work.

 Anglers' Legacy
Anglers' Legacy is a national outreach program from the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation (RBFF) with a clear and compelling call to action for the nation's avid anglers: Share your passion for fishing with someone new, give back to the sport you love and help grow participation in recreational boating and fishing while passing on your expertise and values for responsible use of our nation's aquatic resources. Supported by leading retailers, manufacturers, publishers, pro-staff and celebrities, the program asks anglers to "Take the Pledge." Incentives are offered to Anglers' Legacy Ambassadors who report their trips and industry program partners have access to free logos, event signing materials, tip sheets and a customer reward functionality. Getting involved is easy - visit www.AnglersLegacy.org.

 Gander Mountain® > Hunting, Fishing, Camping, and Outdoor Gear & Equipment : We Live Outdoors®
Gander Mountain has joined forces with a host of important outdoor groups, federations, and organizations who share our interest in preserving and managing the natural resources of North America. Together, we strive toward the common goal of bettering the outdoor experience for generations to come.

 National Bowhunter Education Foundation
The National Bowhunter Education Foundation has been dedicated to promoting responsible bowhunting through education since its inception in the early 70’s. The NBEF utilizes its International Bowhunter Education Program (IBEP) curriculum to help new bowhunters and existing bowhunters become more knowledgeable about the sport in regards to shot placement, big game recovery, and safety afield particularly in regards to hunting from elevated stands. The IBEP, taught by a network of thousands of dedicated volunteers, has educated more than 1.5 million bowhunters. The NBEF, a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization, is supported by tax deductible donations as well as by the sale of a vast array of educational materials. These materials may be viewed at www.nbef.org.

 Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation
Direct-Connect to Congress The Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation was created to provide advice, support and information to the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus. This gives CSF a unique niche in the U.S. Congress that is unparalleled by any other sportsmen's organization, allowing us to serve as the sportsmen's link to Congress.

Formed to protect the interests of sportsmen, the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus stands strong in support of hunting, fishing and conservation. More than half of the members of the United States Congress, representing nearly every state, are affiliated with the Caucus, providing an identified group of allies that can quickly be called into action. To learn more about the CSF go to


Over the years, we at L.L.Bean have always been pleased that our customers share our love for the outdoors. Today, our commitment to the environment is stronger than ever, and we encourage our customers to join us in our efforts.
L.L.Bean provides funding and support for a variety of outdoors-related efforts—from routine trail maintenance to helping preserve our National Parks.

We're proud to support our partners who foster environmental education and advocacy for children and adults. Whether it's funding for school programs and summer camps or creating awareness through published materials, we're pleased to help everyone gain a better appreciation for our natural world.

Our partners work tirelessly to protect wildlife habitats through conservation, educational programs and legislative efforts. L.L.Bean encourages and supports their hard work with annual fundraising events and charitable contributions. Together, we hope to positively impact the future of important species and their natural habitats.

 Minnesota Deer Hunter's Association
The Minnesota Deer Hunter's Association is a statewide non-profit organization in Minnesota dedicated to the conservation and betterment of deer and deer hunting. Together in one camp, they represent the voice of the Minnesota Deer Hunter. Minnesota Deer Hunters Association was organized to achieve the best possible deer herd in Minnesota and to promote quality deer hunting. Founded in 1980, the organization includes firearms, bow and camera hunters. In addition many members who are not active hunters or photographers join to support the activities of MDHA, whose members number nearly 20,000. MDHA is a tax-exempt, non-profit corporation.

 USA Shooting
The USA Shooting, a 501c3 non-profit corporation, was chartered by the United States Olympic Committee as the National Governing Body for the sport of shooting in April 1995. The organization implements and manages development programs and sanctions events at the local, state, regional, and national levels.

Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, at the U.S. Olympic Training Center, USA Shooting has a full-time staff dedicated to furthering the sport and supporting athletes and members of the organization. The organization has a USA Shooting News magazine publication, as well as public and member specific web sites.

Partially funded by the U.S. Olympic Committee, USA Shooting relies on donations from supporters of the Olympic Movement, membership dues, event fees and the corporate partners who take a strong interest in the development of the U.S. Shooting Team.

For further information concerning USA shooting and its programs please visit www.usashooting.org or call 719-866-4670.


The Orvis Company
Since 1987, Orvis and NFWF have partnered to protect and restore native fish and wildlife habitat by raising public awareness and engaging communities in stewardship activities. The Orvis Partnership Program supports projects dedicated to the acquisition, restoration, enhancement, or long-term protection of native fish and wildlife habitat.

California Waterfowl Association
The California Waterfowl Association is a statewide nonprofit organization whose principal objectives are the preservation, protection, and enhancement of California's waterfowl resources, wetlands, and associated hunting heritage. In order to fulfill that mission, CWA has carefully thought out the following goals: Generate sufficient abundance and dispersion of waterfowl throughout California and the Pacific Flyway; Protect hunting rights, shooting sports, the use of dogs, and related recreation activities for all Californians; Expand hunter opportunity, recruit new hunters, and teach skills and behaviors that will help sustain hunting into the future; Communicate the importance and benefits of hunting. Click here to learn more.

Conservation Force
The Conservation Force was formed to unify sportsmen's organizations, improve the profile of hunters and further the role and value of hunting in wildlife conservation. It is a 501(c)(3) public charitable foundation, a consortium of more than one hundred organizations and has had hundreds of conservation projects around the world demonstrating that hunting is a force for conservation of wildlife, wild places and our sporting way of life.

California Deer Association
California Deer Association The California Deer Association is a nonprofit, tax-exempt wildlife conservation organization founded in 1996 whose principle goal is to improve our California deer herds and other wildlife through direct financial support for habitat improvement, research projects and public education as to the wise use of this valuable, renewable resource. Seventy five percent of the net profit from fundraising events goes directly to projects benefiting deer and other wildlife within California. For further information about the California Deer Association and how you can make a difference, please visit, www.caldeer.org.

BoatU.S. Angler
The Boat U.S. ANGLER Membership Program Offers Affordable On-The-Water Help and Roadside Assistance For Fishermen plus Much More!

Going fishing and boating means being prepared. A new membership program, Boat U.S. ANGLER, can give you the peace of mind that a break down doesn’t mean big trouble. Boat U.S. ANGLER offers 24/7 help from the nation’s largest fleet of tow boats that's never more than a radio or cell phone call away. If you trailer your boat, we've got you covered there too with roadside assistance.

As a Member you will have access to special fishing boat insurance policies which includes tournament coverage, coverage for fishing equipment and optional coverage for inland fishing guides. Boat U.S. ANGLER insurance policies have been especially designed to provide the best possible coverage for your boat and gear. You will also receive three issues of the Boat U.S. ANGLER Magazine. In this magazine you will find the latest Boat US Association News as well as fishing and boating information from the experts. We offer a multispecies approach including Bass, Walleye, and Crappie fishing as well as near-shore saltwater species. We will share projects from DIY Boat Owner Magazine as well as information on destinations and trailer tips from Boat U.S. Trailering magazine.

For More Information and a FREE Boat Insurance Quote, go to www.BoatUSAngler.com or call 866-906-0013.

Eastman's Publishing is a multimedia corporation whose roots are grounded in the ethics of fair chase hunting. They strive to help their audiences become more skilled and ethical hunters while expanding their knowledge, appreciation, and awareness of the outdoors and its wildlife through entertainment medias. Eastman's set the standard for western big game publications with two magazines, but has also published seven books, produced 119 videos and seven seasons of television on the Outdoor Channel with a national audience. They are a well-established and respected communicator in the world of hunting.

Dallas Safari Club International
Dallas Safari Club is an international membership organization dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and habitat, education of youth and the public and the promotion of preservation of rights and interest of sportsmen and sportswomen worldwide.

International Hunter Education Associaton
International Hunter Education Association is the official organization representing the interests of 68 state, provincial, and federal hunter education coordinators, and 70,000 hunter education instructors who teach hunter safety, ethics, and conservation to approximately 750,000 students each year.  

National Rifle Association
Union veterans Col. William C. Church and Gen. George Wingate formed the National Rifle Association in 1871. The primary goal of the association was to "promote and encourage rifle shooting on a scientific basis." While widely recognized today as a major political force and as America's foremost defender of Second Amendment rights, the NRA has, since its inception, been the premier firearms education organization in the world.

Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation
The Recreational Boating & Fishing Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to increase participation in recreational angling and boating and thereby increase public awareness and appreciation of the need for protecting, conserving and restoring this nation's aquatic natural resources.

National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association
The National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association exists to promote, support, nurture, and preserve NMLRA's and our nation's rich historical heritage in the sport of muzzleloading through recreational, educational, historical, and cultural venues such as match competition, hunting, gun making and safety, historical re-enactments, exhibits, museums, libraries, and other related programs.

Tread Lightly!
Tread Lightly! is a nonprofit organization offering educational materials, training courses, restoration opportunities, communication pieces and a variety of tools to help arm recreationists with a set of outdoor ethics.

Conservation Force
The Conservation Force was formed to unify sportsmen's organizations, improve the profile of hunters and further the role and value of hunting in wildlife conservation. It is a 501(c)(3) public charitable foundation, a consortium of more than one hundred organizations and has had hundreds of conservation projects around the world demonstrating that hunting is a force for conservation of wildlife, wild places and our sporting way of life.

Coastal Conservation Association of Georgia
The Coastal Conservation Association of Georgia is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the preservation, conservation, restoration and protection of the marine fisheries and habitats of the Georgia coast both in shore and off shore, for the benefit and responsible utilization by the general public.

The Alaska Moose Federation
The Alaska Moose Federation is a wildlife conservation organization with an emphasis on moose. It defines conservation as a state of harmony between people, land and wildlife, and acknowledges that good conservation often is a fluid and elusive balance.

AllCanada.com features over 250 destinations, links to fishing and hunting sites in every Canadian Province and Territory, and weather links to major outdoor destinations via Environment Canada. They also offer tips on how to choose a destination, packing lists, vital border crossing information including Canadian firearms forms, links to travel associations, and passport information/requirements. And they feature three "Lodges of the Day", explaining the differences between outpost, housekeeping and American plan lodges.

Michigan United Conservation Clubs
For over sixty years Michigan United Conservation Clubs, has worked to accomplish our mission of Uniting Citizens to Conserve Michigan's Natural Resources and Protect OUR Outdoor Heritage. MUCC works to conserve Michigan's wildlife, fisheries, waters, forests, air, and soils by providing information, education and advocacy.

National Whitetail Association
The mission of the National Whitetail Association is to help its members better hunt, manage and interact in programs that benefit the white-tailed deer. The NWA promotes family based hunts, deer clubs and deer camps, and hands-on habitat development; and explores historical insights into past deer hunters, deer management and deer hunting activities.

National Wildlife Federation
The National Wildlife Federation is America's conservation organization protecting wildlife for our children's future. NWF believes education is the key to creating a world where wildlife thrives, and they teach children, families, and concerned citizens how they can help protect wildlife.

Quail Forever
Quail Forever is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of quail, pheasant and other upland wildlife through habitat improvement, public awareness, education and advocacy for sound land management policy.

Sportsmen for Fish & Wildlife
Sportsmen for Fish & Wildlife is a non-profit wildlife conservation organization of sportsmen that works with elected officials at all levels—from the community courthouse to the Whitehouse—to improve and protect quality hunting and fishing on our great public lands and waters. SFW members are active participants in wildlife conservation having successfully raised tens of millions of dollars for wildlife that now benefits multiple game species. Focusing on habitat protection, enhancement and acquisition, predator control, and reasonable management of hunters, SFW empowers local chapter members with the financial capability to create change through partnerships and influence as they work with game and fish departments, Forest Service and BLM managers, and private landowners for the benefit of wildlife and sportsmen.

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Anheuser-Busch / Budweiser
Now in its 15th year of supporting NFWF, Anheuser-Busch has helped to enable wildlife habitat restoration, improve public access, educate future leaders in conservation, and conserve the nation’s outdoor heritage. One program, “Help Budweiser Help the Outdoors,” has generated over $8.7 million since inception to support important conservation efforts throughout the United States and Canada including projects that help protect critical waterfowl breeding habitat in North and South Dakota, restore important quail habitat in California and the Southeastern and Southwestern US, improve deer management practices in several eastern states, and restore important wintering habitat for elk in the Rocky Mountains.

Quality Deer Management Association
Quality Deer Management Association (QDM) is a management philosophy/practice that unites landowners, hunters, and managers in a common goal of producing biologically and socially balanced deer herds within existing environmental, social, and legal constraints


To create and restore on-farm bee habitats, the Foundation has teamed with Syngenta to launch Operation Pollinator™, a global initiative taking flight over the next four years in California, Florida and Michigan. The program will bring together university researchers, government agencies and nongovernmental organizations to help growers in these key horticultural states establish pollinator habitats by planting low-cost, nectar-rich seed mixtures on marginal land near their crops.


Southern Company
Southern Company has been a partner of NFWF’s since 2002 with the launch of the Power of Flight Bird Conservation Fund, which protects birds through habitat and species restoration and environmental education. More than 134,000 acres of wildlife habitat have benefitted from the program. In 2004, NFWF and Southern Company embarked on another partnership, the Longleaf Legacy Program, which helps to restore and conserve the longleaf pine ecosystem and sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide. Through this program, more than 29,000 acres will be planted with 8 million seedlings. In 2006, Southern Company signed on for a third program with NFWF by becoming the first corporate partner in the Five Star Restoration Grant Program that supports community-based wetland, riparian, and coastal habitat restoration. Southern Company has supported projects that collectively restored more than 10,200 acres of wetland and coastal habitat, and close to 46,000 feet of riparian buffer. All programs are implemented within the Southern Company service area of Georgia, Alabama, northwestern Florida, and southeastern Mississippi.


Shell Oil Company
Since 1998, the Shell Marine Habitat Program, a partnership between NFWF and the Shell Oil Company, has supported conservation projects that benefit marine and coastal habitats and species in the Gulf of Mexico and, more recently, Long Island Sound and Alaska. Through this partnership, 171 grants have helped more than 120 organizations conserve and restore marine habitat and more than $43 million in grants and matching funds has been put to work for marine conservation. The Shell Marine Habitat Program has played a critical role in the conservation of the endangered Kemp’s ridley sea turtle, which is now recovering along the Texas coast. Shell also helped NFWF establish the Shell Polar Bear Fund to assist with population research on the north slope of Alaska.


PG&E Corporation
Since 1999, PG&E has partnered with NFWF on the Nature Restoration Trust: Empowering Communities program that supports habitat restoration within PG&E’s service districts in California. PG&E and NFWF facilitate conservation at the local level by empowering communities to take care of native habitats and species and engaging youth in hands-on restoration.


The Orvis Company
Since 1987, Orvis and NFWF have partnered to protect and restore native fish and wildlife habitat by raising public awareness and engaging communities in stewardship activities. The Orvis Partnership Program supports projects dedicated to the acquisition, restoration, enhancement, or long-term protection of native fish and wildlife habitat.

Bass Pro Shops
Bass Pro Shops and Johnny Morris Foundation have committed $5 million over five years to launch the More Fish Campaign that helps support fish habitat protection, enhancement, and restoration projects nationally, with particular emphasis on engaging agencies, anglers, and other conservation groups at Table Rock Lake and the White River watershed in Arkansas and Missouri to improve fish habitat and water quality.


Bed Bath & Beyond
In 2008 Bed Bath & Beyond began a partnership with NFWF where $1 from the sale of reusable shopping bags is donated to NFWF to support marine and coastal programs across the country, from restoring water quality in the Chesapeake Bay and Puget Sound to protecting sea turtles and seabirds from harmful marine debris.


For more than seven years, BP Alaska has partnered with NFWF and provided support for vital research on Beaufort Sea polar bear populations in Alaska and Canada to determine their distribution, use of sea ice, den locations, impacts from noise, and population numbers. BP has also helped to establish the Alaska Sea Duck Fund to monitor imperiled sea duck populations, with an emphasis on the eiders. In 2008, BP contributed to the Alaska Fish and Wildlife Fund.

In 2008, Chevron Alaska helped to support the development of non-invasive photo-identification techniques of the Cook Inlet beluga whales in order to identify individuals and get a more accurate population estimate. Since the Cook Inlet beluga whales were listed as endangered species in fall 2008, this program is vital to NOAA and other partners to help develop recovery plans for the species.


ConocoPhillips and NFWF have worked together for more than 17 years. Our most recent partnership, the ConocoPhillips SPIRIT of Conservation Migratory Bird Program, was launched in 2005 and is a focused and strategic initiative to conserve threatened birds and their habitats around the world. Over the past four years, the SPIRIT program has provided funding for 39 projects in ten states and five countries. More than 84,000 acres of priority bird habitats have been protected or enhanced as a result of these awards. In addition, ConocoPhillips in Alaska has partnered with NFWF for the past six years to support polar bear research and Cook Inlet beluga whale conservation projects.


Since its launch in 1995, ExxonMobil has invested in the Save The Tiger Fund’s vision for tiger conservation. The Fund has supported 300 projects in 13 out of the 14 tiger range countries with $15 million through a partnership between ExxonMobil Foundation, the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, and NFWF. The Fund is one of the largest corporate commitments ever to save an endangered species. It has taken a multifaceted approach to tiger conservation that serves as an umbrella for the preservation of habitat and biodiversity. This partnership supports field studies to develop better tiger management plans, tiger conservation education programs, efforts to curtail poaching and illegal trade of tiger parts, efforts to resolve human-tiger conflicts, and activities that protect and restore tiger habitats.

Through EarthSmart Outreach, FedEx has identified 12 U.S. cities where it will fund urban conservation projects in 2010 and 2011. The goal of the campaign is to transform cities to make them cleaner, more accessible and vibrant places to live and work with cleaner water and a better quality of life. Through FedEx team member engagement, the projects will restore watersheds, improve air quality, perform environmental stewardship activities, and foster community environmental education.

Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is a coalition of leading hunting, fishing and conservation organizations, labor unions and individual grassroots partners working together to preserve the traditions of hunting and fishing by a.) expanding access to places to hunt and fish, b.) conserving fish and wildlife and the habitats necessary to sustain them, and c.) increasing funding for conservation and management.

Masters Walleye Circuit
The Cabela's Masters Walleye Circuit (MWC) is the longest-running professional walleye tournament circuit in the United States and remains serious competition for people who love to fish walleyes.  Established in 1984, the MWC has set the stage for the myriad of fishing tournaments that have since cropped onto the scene. This is where the best fishermen gather to test their strategies, savvy and skills. The MWC offers the ultimate reward in terms of respect and recognition from angling peers, as well as trophies and big cash prizes. Known as the top circuit for team walleye fishing; the MWC is paying out $750,000 in cash prizes this season.  Join the MWC and start reeling in your share! Click here to learn more.

Ducks Unlimited
Ducks Unlimited is the largest wetland and waterfowl conservation organization in the world. Its mission is to fulfill the annual life cycle needs of North American waterfowl by protecting, enhancing, restoring, and managing important wetlands and associated uplands.

The National Wild Turkey Federation works to conserve the wild turkey and the turkey hunting tradition. The NWTF has raised and spent more than $70 million on over 6,200 projects across America. The NWTF has become the voice of the wild turkey and turkey hunters a voice now heard at local, state, national and international level.

Mule Deer Foundation
Cabela's and the Mule Deer Foundation have formed a partnership naming Cabela's the Official Outfitter of the Mule Deer Foundation. The Mule Deer Foundation is a nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to ensuring the conservation of mule deer, blacktail deer and their habitats.

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
The mission of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat. In support of this mission, the Elk Foundation is committed to conserving, restoring and enhancing natural habitats; promoting the sound management of wild, free-ranging elk, which may be hunted or otherwise enjoyed.

Pheasants Forever
Pheasants Forever is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations in North America through habitat improvement, public awareness and education and land management.

Trout Unlimited
Trout Unlimited is dedicated to the conservation, protection and restoration of coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. With more than 100,000 members in 450 chapters, TU is working to protect trout and salmon habitat and improve trout fishing across North America.

Safari Club
With nearly 200 chapters on six continents and over 37,000 members, SCI is the world's largest and most active international big-game hunting organization. SCIF promotes the conservation of wildlife, education of the people and provides humanitarian services for people in need, in addition to the International Wildlife Museum and SCI/SCIF World Headquarters complex in Tucson, Arizona.

Delta Waterfowl
Since 1938, wherever decisions affecting waterfowl have been made, Delta has played a leading role. Delta Waterfowl's work has led to: breakthroughs in wetlands management for waterfowl production, techniques for increasing duck nesting success in the wild, understanding the importance of prairie potholes as critical waterfowl production areas, and establishing the importance of wintering grounds in the birds' annual cycle.

Boone and Crockett
Be a partner with America's oldest hunting and conservation club as a Boone and Crockett Associate. Attend special events, enjoy discounts on club record books and other items, plus receive the informative quarterly newsletter.

The mission of ORION - The Hunter's Institute is to sustain ethical hunting and conservation. ORION works to educate both hunters and non-hunters about wildlife restoration and environmental achievements of North American hunters, as well as the potential for even greater conservation successes from the hunting community.

Pope and Young
Established in 1961, the Pope and Young Club is a non-profit bowhunting and wildlife conservation organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of our bowhunting heritage. The club maintains the universally recognized repository for the records and statistics on North American big- game animals harvested with the bow and arrow.

Kansas Forest Service
Kansas Forest Service, a non-profit state agency, is dedicated to the development, promotion, protection and conservation of forest resources in Kansas. The staff assists landowners with forest and tree related issues or problems found in both rural and urban environments, can provide management plans for forest resource utilization, and can assist with information related to wildfire danger and prevention. More than 50 million seedlings have been planted solely for the purpose of creating or enhancing conservation efforts during the past 50 years through this agency. For more information please visit our website at www.Kansasforests.org.

Whitetails Unlimited
Whitetails Unlimited, Inc. is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the white-tailed deer and its environment. WTU promotes regulated hunting as its primary management tool. The organization has developed programs which attempt to strengthen hunter/landowner relations and assists with habitat improvement. Local chapters are located throughout the United States.

The Foundation for North American Wild Sheep is a non-profit, conservation organization with over 6,000 members. FNAWS has invested over 20 million dollars in conservation projects such as water developments, transplants, disease research, buffer land acquisition and fostering sportsmen's rights. FNAWS is dedicated to promoting and enhancing populations of wild sheep on the North American continent.

The North American Moose Foundation was born in 1991 when the commissioner of Custer County, Idaho, the mayor of Mackay, Idaho and a public relations specialist came up with the idea over morning coffee. Since that humble beginning, the foundation has become an active non-profit organization with thousands of members and supporters who contribute to a wide range of habitat preservation and educational programs.

Quail Unlimtited
Quail Unlimited is a national non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the wise use and management of America's quail and upland game birds. Primarily a habitat management organization, QU funds its projects through a network of local chapters throughout the United States.

Ruffed Grouse Society
While most Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) members are hunters, its programs appeal to non-hunters as well, for what RGS does to help ruffed grouse and woodcock helps other game and non-game animals. Growing awareness of the society's impact helps raise the funding so the RGS can maintain a corps of biologists who increase forest wildlife habitat improvement initiatives.

US Sportsmen
Formerly known as the Wildlife Legislative Fund of America, The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance is in business to Protect and Advance America's Heritage of Hunting, Fishing and Trapping. It accomplishes this by uniting sportsmen to protect against legal and legislative attacks by the animal rights movement, winning public support for outdoor sports, ensuring the future of this heritage by involving families in the outdoor experience and promoting the sportsman's stewardship role in scientific management of America's fish and wildlife.


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