NDA Thanks Departing Board Members for Their Service

The staff and Board of the National Deer Association (NDA) would like to express their gratitude to departing Board members for their years of volunteer service, support and guidance of the National Deer Alliance and the Quality Deer Management Association, and for their stewardship of the process that led to the unification of these two …

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NDA Joins Other Conservation Organizations in Supporting the 30 by 30 Initiative

The National Deer Association (NDA) is proud to join 41 hunting, fishing and conservation organizations in taking a significant step forward for conservation by officially joining as a signatory to the “Hunting and Fishing Community Statement on the 30 by 30 Initiative.” The 30 by 30 Initiative seeks to establish a goal of protecting 30% …

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onX Renews NDA Corporate Sponsorship through 2024

The National Deer Association (NDA) has announced onX will extend its sponsorship for another three years. Support from onX plays a critical role in enabling NDA’s deer conservation efforts and broader mission goals. The onX Hunt app is the leader in mobile mapping technology for hunters, landowners and outdoor enthusiasts and the perfect fit for …

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NDA’s Working for Whitetails Fundraiser Winners

The National Deer Association would like to thank each and every one of you who have purchased fundraiser tickets during the COVID-19 pandemic to help us continue Working for Whitetails during this difficult time. Every ticket sold provides valuable funds to be used on NDA’s mission to ensure the future of wild deer, wildlife habitat …

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Karlin Dawson Joins NDA as a Deer Outreach Specialist in Missouri

The National Deer Association (NDA) is pleased to announce that Karlin Dawson has joined the organization as a Deer Outreach Specialist in northern Missouri. A Missouri native and lifelong deer hunter, Karlin comes to NDA from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC), where she served as the naturalist for the Runge Conservation Nature Center. “I …

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