Non-Government Organizations

Non-governmental partners of IHEA-USA  enthusiastically support the mission of safe and responsible hunting and the protection of the hunting heritage and wildlife conservation in North America.  Many of the partners whose logos and descriptions are below also support the IHEA-USA financially and/or through mutual projects.  IHEA-USA would like to THANK all partners and non-governmental conservation organizations for the work they do to protect the hunting heritage for generations to come.

Association of Fish & Widlife Agencies

The following organizations are members of the American Wildlife Conservation Partners. 

Click on the Icons Above or Titles Below to Link to their Web Sites.

        To coordinate the efforts of public administrative agencies responsible for the protection and management of fish, wildlife, forests, water     and soils in order to maintain an adequate supply of fish and wildlife and other natural resources on this continent.

  • Boone and Crockett Club
    It is the policy of the Boone and Crockett Club to promote the guardianship and provident management of big game and associated wildlife in North America and to maintain the highest standards of fair chase and sportsmanship in all aspects of big game hunting, in order that this resource of all the people may survive and prosper in its natural habitats. Consistent with this objective, the Club supports the use and enjoyment of our wildlife heritage to the fullest extent by this and future generations of mankind.

 

  • Congressional Sportsman's Foundation
    The mission of the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) is to ensure current and future generations have the opportunity to hunt, fish and trap. The CSF works to accomplish this mission by serving as the link between the sportsmen and women of America, conservation groups and the outdoor industries and the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus, a bi-partisan group of Senators and Congressmen who support hunting, fishing, trapping and professional wildlife management.
  • Conservation Force
    To advocate hunting for its conservation role and value and its extraordinary importance in human terms, improve the image of hunters and hunting and to collaboratively unify sportsmen's conservation organizations.
  • Dallas Safari Clubt
    Conserve wildlife, educate youth and the non-hunting public and promote and protect the interests of sportsmen and sportswomen worldwide.
  • Ducks Unlimited
    To fulfill the annual life cycle needs of North American waterfowl by protecting, enhancing, restoring and managing important wetlands and associated uplands.
  • Foundation for North American Wild Sheep
    To promote and enhance increasing populations of indigenous wild sheep on the North American continent, to safeguard against the decline or extinction of such species, and to fund programs for professional management of these populations, keeping all administrative costs to a minimum.
  • Houston Safari Club
    Preserving the Sport of Hunting, Supporting Wildlife Conservaton, Educating the Public on Hunting and Conservation Issues, and Protecting the interests of Sportsmen worldwide.

  • International Hunter Education Association-USA
    To continue the heritage of hunting worldwide by developing safe, responsible and knowledgeable hunters.
  • Izaak Walton League of America
    To conserve, maintain, protect and restore the soil, forest, water and other natural resources of the United States and other lands; (and) to promote means and opportunities for the education of the public with respect to such resources and their enjoyment and wholesome utilization.
  • Mule Deer Foundation
    To ensure the conservation of mule and blacktail deer and their habitats.
  • National Rifle Association
    Protect and defend the US Constitution, especially the 2nd Amendment. Promote public safety, law and order, and the national defense. Train military, law enforcement, and public in marksmanship and safe gun handling. Foster and promote the shooting sports. Promote hunter safety, conservation, and wise use of renewable resources.
  • National Shooting Sports Foundation
    To promote a better understanding of and a more active participation in the Shooting Sports.
  • National Trappers Association
    To promote and defend the sustainable use of renewable natural resources (especially fur bearing animals) and the tools necessary for a sustainable harvest.
  • National Wild Turkey Federation
    Dedicated to conserving wild turkeys and preserving hunting traditions.
  • North American Bear Foundation
    The NABF is dedicated to the native bears and all other wildlife of North America through promoting public awareness, education, and sound management of our natural resources and habitat conservation, restoration and enhancement.
  • North American Grouse Partnership
    To rebuild and nurture flourishing populations of North American grouse through preservation and restoration of landscapes and habitats necessary for their continued existence.
  • Orion The Hunter's Institute
    Dedicated to ethical hunting and its role in culture and conservation.
  • Pheasants Forever
    Dedicated to the protection and enhancement of pheasant and other wildlife populations in North America through habitat improvement, land management, public awareness, and education.
  • Pope and Young Club
    To encourage and advocate responsible bowhunting by promoting quality, fair chase hunting and sound conservation practices.
  • Quail Unlimited
    Quail Unlimited is dedicated to the wise management and conservation of America's wild quail as a valuable and renewable resource.
  • Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
    To ensure the future of elk, other wildlife, and their habitat.
  • Ruffed Grouse Society
    Improve the environment for ruffed grouse, American woodcock, and other forest wildlife.
  • Safari Club International
    To protect and preserve our hunting heritage though wildlife conservation, education, legislative and humanitarian efforts.
  • Shikar Safari Club
    Shikar Safari Club International was founded in 1952 for the purpose of advancing knowledge concerning wildlife of the world, independently and in cooperation with zoological societies, universities, and museums. The Club membership is limited to 200 and is a 501(c)3 organization incorporated in Illinois.
  • Texas Wildlife Association
    TWA is dedicated to the conservation, management, and enhancement of wildlife and wildlife habitat on private lands. TWA serves as an advocate for the benefit of wildlife and for the rights of wildlife mangers, landowners and sportsmen in educational, scientific, political, regulatory, legal and legislative arenas.
  • Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership
    To inform and engage Americans to foster our conservation legacy while working to nurture, enhance and protect our fish and wildlife habitat resources on our National Forest System.
  • U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance
    To defend hunting, fishing, trapping, and wildlife management against lawsuits, legislation, and misinformation initiated by anti-hunting, animal rights organizations.
  • Whitetails Unlimited
    Whitetails Unlimited, Inc.'s purpose is to raise funds in support of: (1) educational programs (2) habitat conservation, and (3) preservation of the hunting tradition for the direct benefit of the white-tailed deer and other wildlife.
  • Wildlife Forever
    Wildlife Forever is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to conserving America's wildlife heritage through conservation education, preservation of habitat, and the management of fish and wildlife.
  • Wildlife Management Institute
    Committed to the conservation, enhancement and professional management of North America's wildlife and other natural resources.
  • Wildlife Society
    The mission of The Wildlife Society is to enhance the ability of wildlife professionals to conserve diversity, sustain productivity, and ensure responsible use of wildlife resources for the benefit of society.

International Hunter Education Association

800 East 73rd Avenue, Unit 2
Denver, CO 80229
phone: 303 430-7233 |  fax: 303 430-7236


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