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2022 GA NWTF Accomplishments
2022 GA NWTF Accomplishments

All projects below are agency partner projects (i.e. GADNR, GFC, USFS) that were approved and funded by NWTF Georgia State Chapter Super Fund. Habitat Projects..

2021 NWTF Awards Celebration
2021 NWTF Awards Celebration
We wanted to share with you the award we were presented at the Awards Ceremony at the NWTF Convention. We moved from 3rd in 2020 to 2nd in 2021. South Carolina was first. We need to make it a priority to move into 1st in 2022 by increasing our membership level. Thanks to all of you and the chapters for…
Dixie Classic Friction Calling Contest Winners

Left to Right
Steve Fowler – GA State Board
Jason Bryan – 3rd Place
Stanley Wymbs – 2nd Place
Scott Ellis – 1st Place

Dixie Classic Open Calling Contest Winners

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Steve Fowler – GA State Board
Wade Watson – 3rd Place
Dave Owens – 2nd Place
Scott Ellis – 1st Place

GA State Friction Calling Contest Winners
GA State Friction Calling Contest Winners

Left to Right
Richard Gunn – 1st Place
Steve Fowler – GA State Board
Stanley Wymbs – 2nd Place

GA State Senior Division Calling Contest Winners
GA State Senior Division Calling Contest Winners

Left to Right
Steve Fowler-GA State Board
Dave Owens – 1st Place
Zach Conoway – 2nd Place
Drew Flake – 3rd Place

georgia nwtf

At the National Wild Turkey Federation, the outdoors isn’t just what’s on the other side of the glass, it’s where we feel most alive. And we’re making America the best it can be for the people and wildlife who call it home. The NWTF has divided the country in six areas — America’s Big Six of Wildlife Conservation — to focus our effort on the most critical wildlife habitat needs.

Georgia is part of America’s Southern Piney Woods and America’s Mid-South Rebirth. NWTF Georgia is committed to stop habitat loss, improve forest management and water quality and increase habitat diversity.

About the NWTF

Conservation

NWTF GEORGIA WILL CONSERVE OR ENHANCE 143,000 ACRES OF WILDLIFE HABITAT IN THE NEXT DECADE.

Recruit

NWTF GEORGIA WILL RECRUIT 42,000 HUNTERS IN THE STATE OVER THE NEXT 10 YEARS.

New Access

NWTF GEORGIA WILL OPEN 13,000 ACRES OF HUNTING ACCESS IN THE NEXT DECADE.

GEORGIA NWTF

CONSERVE.HUNT.SHARE

NWTF Scholarships

 

Students pursuing degrees and careers in wildlife and habitat conservation will always have the NWTF in their corner. Click the button below to learn more and fill out an application.

Being a beginner at first, it was very reassuring for me to use your services. I could alway use some help, and you were always there! Now, I can say that I am a professional, but still enjoy your club very very much!

Andrew Preston

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