Sportsman Channel and Whitetail Properties Present Second Annual “Whitetail State of the Union” powered by John Deere on Saturday, September 12 at 7 p.m. ET
Top experts return for hour-long discussion of the current and future state of whitetail deer
DENVER (Ammoland.com) – The state of whitetail deer is ever changing. Wildlife biologists and hunters must work together to keep whitetail populations thriving and the problems they face in check. In conjunction with Whitetail Properties, Sportsman Channel presents the second annual Whitetail State of the Union powered by John Deere, an in-depth, roundtable discussion addressing the current and future state of whitetail deer in the United States. Whitetail Properties State of the Union powered by John Deere airs Saturday, September 12 at 7 p.m. ET exclusively on Sportsman Channel.
Sportsman Channel’s Whitetail Properties continues to bring viewers top whitetail programming by gathering a panel of professional deer hunters, scientists, doctors and wildlife biologists to delve into the issues surrounding whitetail deer. The expert panel, moderated by Paul Sawyer, principle of Whitetail Properties Real Estate, will review hot topics including: whitetail population as a whole and in specific regions, whitetails’ problems with disease and predator control, what’s been done over the past year, as well as relative and cost effective solutions for the future.
“Whitetail Properties State of the Union is a unique and informative way to bring the network’s viewers top-notch whitetail programming,” said Mitch Petrie, vice president of programming for Sportsman Channel. “Given the importance of conservation, Sportsman Channel is a great platform to discuss and address solutions to real issues within the whitetail community.”
This year’s panel of experts includes the following individuals and organizations: Dr. Karl V. Miller, professor, wildlife ecology and management at the University of Georgia; Brian Murphy, CEO, Quality Deer Management Association; Dr. James Kroll, director, Institute for White-tailed Deer; Pat Hogan, producer, North American Whitetail and associate producer, North American Whitetail magazine; Dan Perez, principal of Whitetail Properties Real Estate; Paul Sawyer, principal of Whitetail Properties Real Estate and mediator; Bill Winke, outdoor writer; Craig Harper, professor, wildlife management at the University of Tennessee.
“Whitetail Properties State of the Union is an educational and entertaining address that will take viewers through key topics in wildlife and game management,” said Dan Perez, principal of Whitetail Properties Real Estate. “Once again this program will serve as a call to all hunters to stay informed and take action against any threat to whitetail deer. “
Viewers will gain insight into the problems facing whitetail deer populations, followed by a pundit panel discussion. The pundit panel will provide an overview of the important topics discussed throughout the special, ensuring viewers understand the role they serve in the conservation and protection of whitetail deer. Panel members include: Dr. Grant Woods, wildlife biologist; Jeff Propst, hunting community representative; Kip Adams, certified wildlife biologist; Gordon Whittington, editor of North American Whitetail magazine.
Whitetail Properties State of the Union premieres Saturday, September 12 at 7 p.m. ET on Sportsman Channel.
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