The World Of Whitetail is a non-profit, conservation
organization, founded in 2000 and incorporated on November 21, 2001
in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Although it was incorporated under the laws of the Province
of Saskatchewan, it is a Canadian organization that now has a
presence in Manitoba as well as in Saskatchewan.
World of Whitetail fully supports conservation of wildlife and
outdoor habitat as well as ethical and sustainable hunting
practices, recognizing that hunters have become essential partners
with governing agencies in wildlife management.
we become more urbanized, we've lost the connection with this
natural world. The further we get from the wild, the less we
understand it. Wade Davis,
The organization was founded by local hunters and
conservationists with the intent of promoting and supporting ethical
hunting, conservation of habitat for all wildlife, enhancing
hunter/landowner relations, and most importantly, providing outdoor
education for all youngsters. The
founding members are:
Ethical hunting, conservation and education are three
of the cornerstones of the World Of Whitetail, which firmly believes
that hunter recruitment and retention must be first and foremost in
the long term plans for the success of hunting as a sport, as an
important part of our tourist industry, and as a source of revenue
for the province.
Over the past several years, World Of Whitetail
financial support was directed entirely towards outdoor youth
education, more specifically towards the following programs:
Saskatchewan and Manitoba Hunter Education and Firearms
safety programs, where the World Of Whitetail
reimbursed youngsters for successfully taking, and passing,
heir Hunter Safety/Firearm Education programs;
HOFNOD (Hooked on Fishing, not on Drugs program, currently
being delivered by SACO (Saskatchewan Association of Conservation
Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Outdoor Youth Programs - the
World Of Whitetail annually provides funding to the SWF to assist in
delivery of such programs.
The World Of Whitetail currently raised funds through
membership sales, raffles and dinners and auctions. All funds raised in Saskatchewan, are spent almost entirely
in Saskatchewan, with some Hunter Education/Firearm Safety funding
going to Manitoba.
Please refer to the EXECUTIVE section for the listing
of our current Board of Directors.
For more information, contact any of our executive or Joe
Warbeck, President, at: (306) 789-4860 or (306) 533-1830, or by
forwarding an e-mail to: email@example.com