Passionate deer hunters in Alabama are now able to benefit from WTU programs and events.
Whitetails Unlimited, the country’s largest white-tailed deer conservation organization, welcomes a new Field Director in Alabama, expanding WTU’s series of fundraising events and bringing a unique way for sportsmen and women in Alabama to raise money for local conservation projects.
Brock Reynolds, who lives in Lake View, is busy organizing banquets to support WTU’s mission of conservation, education, and the preservation of an American tradition.
“This is a great step forward for us as an organization, because we now have an outstanding representative in Alabama, a state with a long, proud tradition of deer hunting,” said David Hawkey, vice president of field operations for WTU. “We know that Brock will be a true advocate for his chapters in Alabama. Brock has a great personality, he is a avid hunter and outdoorsman, and he is excited about WTU becoming more active in the South. He will be an outstanding asset for assisting deer hunters with their local conservation projects.”
Whitetails Unlimited has had many inquiries about conducting events in Alabama. Now that Reynolds is in place Whitetails Unlimited can expand support for sportsmen and women, as well as organizations in the state that are looking for a method for fundraising that is easy, fun, and has tremendous benefits for the local community. Unique among conservation organizations, Whitetails Unlimited returns 50 percent of net event proceeds to be used for local projects.
Reynolds is an enthusiastic outdoorsman who hunts and fishes, and is an active archery and skeet shooter. He grew up in Demopolis, and has a degree in Environmental Science and Natural Resources from the University of West Alabama.
“Brock is a real hunter and outdoorsman, which means he understand our members,” said WTU Executive Director Pete Gerl. “Hunters in the South have a real passion for deer hunting, and we’re excited about expanding WTU events in this region of the country. Our programs and events will be a great fit for both hunters and conservation across the state, and we’re looking forward to being a part of an American tradition in Alabama.”
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