QDMA Continues Support for National Deer Alliance

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White Tail Buck Deer iStock-1068555876

INDIANA, Pa. – (Ammoland.Com)— Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) continues to pledge financial support to the National Deer Alliance (NDA).NDA was created in 2014 to serve as the guardian for wild deer conservation and our hunting heritage working at the policy level. QDMA has been a supporter of NDA since its inception.

“QDMA’s impact on whitetail deer and hunting over its more than 30-year history is unprecedented,” said Nick Pinizzotto, NDA president and CEO. “Not only is the organization a founding member of NDA, they have continued to support our efforts to tackle challenging policy matters that impact deer, hunters, and the hunting industry.”

“QDMA is proud to continue its financial support of NDA,” said QDMA CEO Brian Murphy.  “As one of the founding members, we are pleased to see NDA coordinating efforts on behalf of the entire hunting industry to tackle critical issues like CWD.  Big issues take a group effort, and NDA is leading the way.”

Becoming an NDA member is free. Join and sign up for the award-winning NDA “On Watch” e-newsletter at NationalDeerAlliance.com. NDA is calling upon all deer enthusiasts to support its mission to serve as the guardian of wild deer conservation, and our hunting heritage. Visit the NDA website to learn more.

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NDA is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization with a mission to serve as the guardian for wild deer conservation and our hunting heritage. Focusing primarily on issues at the policy level, NDA is a leader in advocating for sustainable, science-based conservation of wild deer and fair-chase hunting, and is a source for credible, responsible, and timely information. Learn more at nationaldeeralliance.com

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2 years ago

QDMA is nothing more than a tool being used by the anti-hunters to cut down on the number of deer that are being harvested.Here in Michigan the number of deer being harvested is down ever since QDMA was instituted. According to the DNR it hasn’t changed that much, but when doing my own polls, that is talking to those that hunt on a regular basis, meat hunters are not taking the numbers that they did before. Also it was rumored that the Humane society of the US was involved with making the decision to implement QDMA, all though as far… Read more »