I am sorry for late notice the Meeting for the Red Rock Chapter that was scheduled for May 18, 2020 is canceled due to Covid 19. I hope the June meeting can be held June 15, 2020 as regular scheduled . I will try to keep everyone informed.
The regular Red Rock Chapter NWTF held at the farmers in on the third Monday which is April 20th is cancelled. At this time I am not sure about the May meeting. I will try to inform everybody with an advanced notice.
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Casalena Receives National Conservation Award
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Mary Jo Casalena has long been involved in wild turkey management through her work at the Pennsylvania Game Commission, and the National Wild Turkey Federation recognized her efforts with a national award.
“I feel extremely honored to receive the Henry S. Mosby award,” Casalena said. “Never did I imagine I’d be in the ranks of past recipients, many of whom have been my mentors since I became the wild turkey biologist for the Pennsylvania Game Commission in 1999. This award actually is in recognition of my colleagues at the Game Commission, NWTF and the Pennsylvania Chapter NWTF. We all have worked diligently together during for more than 20 years to advance wild turkey research and management in Pennsylvania with application across the US.”
Casalena accepted the Henry S. Mosby Award during the 44th annual NWTF Convention and Sport Show.
The NWTF named the award for Henry S. Mosby, Ph.D., whose research during the mid-1900s set the standard for wild turkey management. Mosby also helped found The Wildlife Society and won its highest honor, the Aldo Leopold Medal.
Casalena’s accomplishments as a turkey biologist are numerous. Her primary focus for the Pennsylvania Game Commission has been regulating turkey hunting seasons and bag limits through research to maintain robust turkey populations in the state.
Casalena is actively involved in the National Technical Committee, Northeast Upland Game Bird Technical Committee, WMU 5A Turkey Task Force and routinely attends Pennsylvania NWTF meetings, providing updates on harvests, population trends and research.
Casalena is also a dedicated and active member of her local chapter, the Juniata Gobblers.
“The NWTF is fortunate to have individuals like Mary Jo who dedicate their lives to the conservation of wildlife and habitat,” NWTF CEO Becky Humphries said. “We are proud to honor her with this award and look forward to her continued support for the wild turkey in Pennsylvania.”
About the National Wild Turkey Federation When the National Wild Turkey Federation was founded in 1973, there were about 1.3 million wild turkeys in North America. After decades of work, that number hit a historic high of almost 7 million turkeys. To succeed, the NWTF stood behind science-based conservation and hunters’ rights. The NWTF Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative is a charge that mobilizes science, fundraising and devoted volunteers to conserve enhance more than 4 million acres of essential wildlife habitat, recruit at least 1.5 million hunters and open access to 500,000 acres for hunting. For more information, visit NWTF.org.
National Wild Turkey Federation PO Box 530 Edgefield South Carolina 29824 United States
Dear NWTF Members,Once again, your State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is offering seed and possibly other land management products to its adult members at a discount through the State Subsidy Program.
This exclusive online ordering system will give you the member the opportunity to quickly and easily pay for your subsidized order, saving time and helping us to continue to improve our efficiency.
This online ordering system will replace printed forms and eliminate the need to fax or mail your order as you did in the past. This will give you access to available products in your state and you will receive a confirmation email at the end of your order. If you do not receive an email confirmation, please check your SPAM folder.
This is a first-come, first-served program, so order early! We are unable to accept phone orders.
NOTE: To access the online ordering page, the cookies on your computer must be enabled. You must either enter your membership number or type your name and address exactly as it appears on the address of Turkey Country magazine.
Controlled burns are a effective way to remove undesirable weed species. Burns also regenerate growth that may not have had a chance to thrive due to less desirable plant types. these pictures are of grassy fields being burned, however there are many burns that have been done and many scheduled for forest areas that will create new cover and food sources, for many different types of wildlife.
Please remember prescribed burns should only be performed by professionals. Fires can be unpredictable and dangerous if you are untrained on fire controls.