The room was full of bird hunters. Certainly, the most New Hampshire bird hunters I had seen in one place. The idea of creating a New Hampshire Ruffed Grouse Society chapter brought us together. The crowd included people as revered in the upland community as Dave Trahan, President of NAVHDA, and Paul Fuller of Bird Dogs Afield.[Read more…] about RGS and AWS Hire Levesque as New England Regional Director
Archives for May 2019
What do Minnesota, Washington and Louisiana all have in common? Any guesses? Ok we’ll give you a hint, they all have Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society (RGS/AWS) chapters and they all share the same regional director. Welcome, Elizabeth (Betsy) Dullum. Already months into her job as your newest Regional Director, Betsy is busy working with local chapter volunteers to create and host chapter events including fundraising, sportsman’s banquets, shoots, educational activities, habitat days and recruitment/youth events.[Read more…] about RGS and AWS Hire Dullum as MN, WA, LA Regional Director
Countdown to Grouse Camp 2019
Since 2015 RGS/AWS members have followed along with our annual Grouse Camp Tour. From the organization’s roots, in Monterey, Virginia, to the far northern covers of Maine, the Grouse Camp Tour has traveled the country celebrating our beloved hunted traditions alongside our devoted membership.
The Grouse Camp Tour hasn’t seen the covers in Wisconsin since the inaugural tour in 2015. This fall Grouse Camp returns to Wisconsin as we invite you to join us during the first ever Grouse Camp Meet-up in Eagle River, Wisconsin, September 27th -29th.
Join RGS / AWS staff along with your fellow members at the first ever RGS Yard Sale event. Held at our organization’s headquarters in Coraopolis, PA on July 19th and 20th.
Drop into Pittsburgh for the weekend and enjoy the city. Maybe catch a Pirates game while your here, they’re at home versus the Phillies!
We welcome you to celebrate nearly 60 years of history with us while you search for unique memorabilia, apparel and hunting gear in support of Healthy Forests, Abundant Wildlife and Conservation Ethic.
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Join RGS and AWS for our annual Women’s Intro to Wingshooting Course available to Grand Rapids, MN area residents in 2019.
The Women’s Intro to Wingshooting is a course designed to provide women in the region each course is held with outdoor skills, a network resource of like-minded ladies, and a foundation for hunting game birds. The program was developed by RGS and supported by sponsors to promote the future of hunting through recruitment and retention of new upland game hunters