The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) and American Woodcock
Society (AWS) are North America's leading conservation organizations in healthy
forest management for the benefit of forest game and non-game wildlife. RGS and
AWS create and sustain healthy forests for abundant wildlife and preserve
sporting traditions for future generations.
An RGS/AWS membership benefits not only American woodcock
and ruffed grouse, 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.