QDMA’s Response to COVID-19

Dear QDMA members and supporters, Our leadership team is monitoring the national emergency regarding the disease COVID-19 and taking all steps necessary to protect the health of our members, staff and the public. QDMA is a science-based organization when it comes to the welfare of white-tailed deer, and the same is true when it comes …

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QDMA Improves Habitat and Hunting on Public Lands Through New Partnership

QDMA is proud to announce a new partnership with Southern Forestry Consultants (SFC) and its subsidiary Wiregrass Ecological Associates (WEA) that will result in improved habitat and hunting opportunities on public and private lands.  Under a memorandum of understanding, the QDMA and its partners have entered into a 10-year Master Stewardship Agreement (MSA) with the …

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QDMA Seeks Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to lead all aspects of the organization, including financial management, philanthropic donor development, membership and corporate sponsor development, conservation programs, advocacy, grant making and R3 programs. The CEO will report directly to the Board of Directors and be responsible for inspiring and …

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Kip Adams Joins Pennsylvania Prescribed Fire Council Board

  Kip Adams, Director of Conservation for the QDMA, joined the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Prescribed Fire Council at their annual conference in Gettysburg this month. “QDMA encourages more prescribed fire on the landscape, and that’s especially true in my home state of Pennsylvania,” said Adams. “I’m honored to be selected to the …

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Record Low Yearling-Buck Harvest: QDMA’s 2020 Whitetail Report

  QDMA today released its 12th annual Whitetail Report, a comprehensive update on the status of white-tailed deer including deer harvest trends through the 2018-19 season, the most recent hunting season with complete deer harvest data available from most whitetail states and Canadian provinces. That season, the national percentage of yearling bucks (1½ years old) …

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