The Texas Deer Association invites all sportsmen and deer enthusiasts to attend the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) Annual Convention and stop by booth #A16 to learn about the new Texas Model and how to enhance deer hunting opportunities on their properties.

The Dallas Safari Club Annual Convention and Expo will be held at the Dallas Convention Center on January 3-6, 2013, and is expected to draw 40,000 to 50,000 hunters from across Texas and around the world.

“Since its founding, the Texas Deer Association has been a unified voice for deer enthusiasts and hunters who seek to improve management and harvest of deer, and we’re looking forward to exhibiting at the DSC Convention again this year,” says Karl Kinsel, executive director of the Texas Deer Association. “We’ve recently endorsed the 21st Century Landowner Guide Texas Model that highlights the important role private landowners have played in nurturing our hunting heritage in Texas. We look forward to talking with sportsmen at the show and sharing information that will help improve hunting opportunities on their land.”

The TDA is the only non-profit organization solely committed to improving the quality of Texas deer herds through better habitat practices, modern harvest strategies and use of superior deer to enhance the deer herds. As a part of its public education efforts, the TDA produces a full-color bimonthly publication, Tracks Magazine, which updates TDA members on current industry news, deer genetics and game management issues. The TDA also hosts an annual convention and trade show every August featuring fund-raising auctions, a deer auction, golf tournament and other events.

For more information about the Texas Deer Association and/or for membership, visit or call 210.767.8300. To set up an appointment with a TDA representative during the DSC Expo, please call for a time and date, or feel free to stop by when you find a convenient time.

Image courtesy Texas Deer Association

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