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The National Deer Alliance (NDA) is a comprehensive resource to educate those who care about the issues impacting deer and hunting. Find important and relevant articles and content on deer and deer hunting issues, legislations, and how to take action.

Thanksgiving and Hunting Traditions Collide

Thanksgiving and Hunting Traditions Collide

November 26, 2019 | by Nick Pinizzotto

While most would consider dinner, spending time with family, and football among their favorite aspects of the holiday, mine was always getting our guns out of the cabinet and making sure they were sighted in for deer season.

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It was the fastest four hours of my life. Even before I got to my stand I could hear bucks grunting and chasing in the darkness. From the second the sun came up I watched buck after buck chasing does around me.

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Creating a Convenient CWD Narrative Doesn’t Help

Creating a Convenient CWD Narrative Doesn’t Help

November 5, 2019 | by Nick Pinizzotto

We all love deer but share the misfortune of having to deal with CWD, whether you’re a wildlife professional or someone who is happy to get out hunting a few times per year.

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The National Deer Alliance (NDA) joined more than 30 national conservation and hunting organizations in requesting that Congress provide additional funding for chronic wasting disease (CWD).

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NDA Responds to Misleading CWD Article

NDA Responds to Misleading CWD Article

November 19, 2019 | by National Deer Alliance

NDA president and CEO, Nick Pinizzotto, wrote a letter to the editor of the Altoona Mirror in Pennsylvania in response to a misleading article about ways CWD is spread that was published by the paper.

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NDA president and CEO, Nick Pinizzotto, was a recent guest on the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy's CWD Resource Center Podcast.

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