What does whitetails unlimited do?


What does whitetails unlimited do?

The mission of Whitetails Unlimited is to raise funds in support of (1) educational programs, (2) wildlife habitat enhancement and acquisition, and (3) preservation of the hunting tradition and shooting sports for future generations.

How do I join Whitetails Unlimited?

Call Membership Department at 800.274. 5471 ext. 134. As a life member you will receive a lifetime subscription to Whitetails Unlimited Magazine, a custom membership card, WTU decals, and life member certificate.

When was Whitetails Unlimited founded?

Founded in 1982, Whitetails Unlimited is a national nonprofit conservation organization that has remained true to its mission and has made great strides in the field of conservation.

What is deer conservation?

Conservation is the preservation, protection, or restoration of the natural environment, natural ecosystems, vegetation, and wildlife. Clearly the unregulated market and subsistence hunting of the 1800s was the antithesis of conservation for white-tailed deer and many other wildlife species.

How far do whitetails range?

Average dispersal distances for young bucks might range from less than 2 miles to more than 23 miles, depending upon the amount of forest cover available.

What is the best state to hunt whitetail deer?

Boone and Crockett’s Top Whitetail States

  • #1 – Wisconsin. Wisconsin is the #1 ranked state with 1,822 total entries and six counties in the top 20 U.S. counties with the most records produced.
  • #2 – Illinois.
  • #3 – Iowa.
  • #4 – Minnesota.
  • #5 – Ohio.
  • #6 – Kentucky.
  • #7 – Missouri.
  • #8 – Kansas.

Is a 7 point a cull buck?

However, a 2 1/2 year old buck with 7 points may not be considered a cull because he has not had the benefit of an additional year of skeletal and antler development. Other bucks commonly considered for culling are those with very short or missing brow tines or very short tine-length overall.

Is doe or buck meat better?

I’ve heard some hunters claim that “does taste better than bucks.” That’s not inherently true. A mature doe that’s spent a summer nursing fawns is about the toughest, stringiest deer in the woods. The nutrients she consumes are going to the betterment of her fawn’s health, rather than her own.