National Wild Turkey Federation - Alamo Chapter
Founded in 1997, the Alamo Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation .recognizes that wild turkeys in south
Texas are a treasure deserving conservation and management using techniques proven everywhere by the N.W.T.F.
With the help of volunteers like you, we plan year-round activities that offer education to the general public,
camaraderie with like-minded outdoor enthusiasts, and management help to area landowners. Money raised at
N.W.T.F. banquets, and other events, is used for this purpose.
As turkey advocates, teamed with other local conservation groups, we can improve the quality and availability of
turkey hunting in south Texas. Then, everyone wins; the hunters, landowners, habitat, and the wild turkeys, too.
Recognizing the future of our conservation efforts begins with the education of our youth, N.W.T.F. has an active
JAKES (Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship) program and Extreme JAKES program with
combined membership in excess of 45,000 youths.
www.alamochapternwtf.org Alamo Chapter NWTF
P.O. Box 290456
San Antonio, TX 78280-1856 firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie Klein, President/Banquet Chairman
Robert Steenbeke, Webmaster
Betty Warren, Vice President