Over the years, the American Woodcock Society (AWS) has supported ground-breaking research into this fascinating bird, the American woodcock. First, a migration study in the Central Flyway revealing key nesting grounds, migratory paths, and wintering locations. Now, a similar study in the Eastern Flyway. In 2017 AWS sponsored the 11th American Woodcock Symposium, highlighting work from the world’s leading researchers.
Fellow conservationists, the science is in, let’s put it to work!
For Giving Tuesday, we are kicking off a major campaign focusing on woodcock conservation. The goal is to expand our habitat network safeguarding critical stopover and wintering grounds. Land protection, habitat improvement, and sharing this birds’ unique story are all on the docket.
American woodcock are listed as a “species of greatest conservation need” in 28 State Wildlife Action Plans. We cannot take them for granted.
Join us! Join the movement by donating today, sharing our Giving Tuesday message, and challenging other conservationists to do the same!
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Did you know your donation may be tax deductible? The American Woodcock Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so please consult with your accountant to maximize your impact on forest wildlife conservation.
If you have questions on your donation and possible tax deduction, please contact RGS & AWS Manager of Accounting Kim Swisher, firstname.lastname@example.org, 412-262-4044.
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) and American Woodcock Society (AWS) are North America's leading conservation organization in healthy forest management for the benefit of forest game and non-game wildlife. RGS | AWS create and sustain healthy forests for abundant wildlife and promote conservation ethic for future generations.
An RGS | AWS membership benefits not only ruffed grouse and American woodcock, but hundreds of other wildlife species including songbirds, white-tailed deer, and more. An industry-leading $.89 of every member dollar enhances habitat and hunter access projects, young and new hunter initiatives, and public education on the importance hunters play in wildlife conservation.