Realtree’s David Blanton Declares his Support of the National Deer Alliance
Newark, NY - The National Deer Alliance is proud to announce that David Blanton, an integral part of the Realtree® Team, has committed his support to the conservation of North America’s deer population and joined to NDA. As membership numbers continue to grow, more and more hunters and conservationists are recognizing the need for an organization such as the NDA. With the help of David and all other deer hunters, the NDA will make sure that our nation’s deer herd thrives for many decades to come.
“I am thrilled to see the formation of an organization such as the National Deer Alliance,” stated Blanton. “It is our duty as outdoorsmen and women to join in the fight against the things that threaten the future of deer hunting, so our children and grandchildren can experience what many of us have been fortunate enough to enjoy.”
Over the past year, a vast outcry of concern surrounding North America’s deer population has arisen within the hunting and conservation communities. Increased predation, disease, declining habitat and questionable management practices have all given rise to a tangible worry that can be felt across the hunting community. The response to these issues is the National Deer Alliance.
Membership in NDA is free and includes a comprehensive weekly e-newsletter on issues impacting deer and deer hunting in North America. For more information, or to join the thousands of other hunters who are committed to preserving our deer hunting heritage, visit www.nationaldeeralliance.com
About the National Deer Alliance
The NDA is a new organization dedicated to uniting deer hunters, managers and enthusiasts like never before and harnessing this power to achieve positive outcomes for deer and deer hunting. NDA’s goal is to serve as the unified voice of the modern deer hunter and guardian of North America’s wild deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. NDA fuels the passion for deer hunting and conservation through engagement, fellowship, and education. For more information visit www.nationaldeeralliance.com