North Carolina hunters and anglers have
been and continue to be some of the state’s most committed
and effective conservation leaders. As our state population
soars, it is critical that the heritage of hunting and fishing
A united front for sportsmen and women now has a name: The
North Carolina Camouflage Coalition. We give you the facts,
the figures, and the access to impact the issues that matter
to hunting and fishing.
Camouflage Coalition members will receive:
- E-mail Action Alerts specifically designed to inform sportsmen
and women of legislative and regulatory proposals by state
and national agencies and organizations that may benefit
or harm programs related to hunting, fishing, and conservation
in North Carolina.
- Educational materials about statewide events that relate
to hunting, fishing, and conservation issues.
- Fast and easy ways to contact specific legislators, elected
officials, and regulatory agencies about issues of concern.In
addition, Camouflage Coalition Coordinator Richard B. Hamilton
will represent the interests of the NC Camo Coalition to
the North Carolina General Assembly whenever issues arise
involving hunting, fishing, and conservation.
HOW THE COALITION WORKS
Click Here to
join. It’s simple and free. Our detailed database
will match your address with a list of elected officials.
When you receive an Action Alert about an issue that matters
to you, simply send a message with a click of your mouse.
Dick Hamilton receives the Thomas L. Quay Wildlife Diversity Award. (8/25/2011)
From left to right: David Hoyle (NCWRC Chairman), Dick Hamilton (NCWF Camo Coordinator), and Gordon Myers (NCWRC Executive Director). Photo courtesy Greg Culpepper.