The University of Georgia Seeks Your Help to Study Ticks and Lyme Disease

Archery season is upon us, and we hope you’re getting some time afield.  The University of Georgia (UGA) is conducting an exciting research project on blacklegged (deer) ticks, and we’re helping provide samples.  If you’ll be hunting in any state east of the Rocky Mountains this fall please see the message below about the PhD …

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Mike Hanback Named QDMA Signpost Communicator of the Year

QDMA is pleased to name Mike Hanback its 2020 Signpost Communicator of the Year. Hanback is a recognized and long-time outdoor writer and blogger who created and hosts Big Deer TV on the Sportsman Channel, now preparing to film its tenth season for television. “QDMA presents this award annually to an outdoor communicator who shares …

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Use onX Hunt’s CWD Map Layer to Fight the Spread of This Deadly Disease

Traveling out of state to hunt this fall? Do you know if you’ll be hunting in a chronic wasting disease (CWD) zone? You can easily find out using the free CWD map layer in the onX Hunt App, the leader in mobile mapping technology for outdoor adventures. The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) partnered with …

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QDMA’s Working for Whitetails Raffle Winners

QDMA would like to thank each and every one of you who have purchased raffle tickets during the COVID-19 pandemic to help us continue Working for Whitetails during this difficult time. Every ticket sold provides valuable funds to be used on QDMA’s mission to ensure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting …

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New Updated Edition of Observing & Evaluating Whitetails Published

The most detailed and instructional guide to aging live whitetail bucks in the field, Observing & Evaluating Whitetails by wildlife photographer Dave Richards and wildlife biologist Al Brothers of Texas, has been expanded and republished with new color photos, more multi-year buck aging sequences, and 36 more pages. It is available now at QDMA.com. First …

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