Mark Kenyon on MeatEater’s Working for Wildlife Tour and How You Can Attend

July 5, 2023 By: NDA Staff
Mark Kenyon with a nice buck.

The MeatEater Working for Wildlife Tour brings attention to the critical work hunters and anglers are doing to create, conserve, and restore wildlife habitat through volunteer on-the-ground projects. These events include everything from creating brush piles, wildlife openings and early successional habitat, to cleaning up debris on public lands, improving deer forage, collecting acorns for native reforestation, and invasive species removal.

Project leader Mark Kenyon joins the show to talk about the tour and how you can lend a hand to put important conservation work on the ground. Three NDA projects located in Kentucky, Mississippi, and Idaho will be featured as part of the effort. He also talks with Nick and The Doctor about what’s new with him, as well as what’s on the horizon for Wired to Hunt, and MeatEater.

This is an Ask NDA Anything episode and our hosts answer three questions covering topics about fawns, a three-legged doe, and predators. In this episode’s B-Team Report, one of our hosts has a bow accessory malfunction while the other finds himself in a pinch while doing timber and habitat management work.

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