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The Wisconsin Waterfowl Association
has become a leader in wetland restoration work in Wisconsin, having restored thousands of acres of wetland and upland habitat to date.
Grand National Quail Club
: In 1966, stemming from the idea that due to the excessive amount of quail in Oklahoma the state should have a “celebrity-type quail hunt,” the GNQC was formed.
Utah Chukar and Wildlife Foundation
: Our mission is to increase hunting opportunities, population densities, species distribution, and habitat quality for chukars and other wildlife on Utah's public lands.
Bryan-College Station Retriever Club
: This non-profit organization of retriever trainers, owners, and hunters in the Bryan-College Station area work together to improve their own abilities and those of their dogs while having the best time imaginable.
: The North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association is a legally-recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering, improving, promoting, and protecting the versatile hunting dog in North America.
Northeast Texas HRC, Inc.
is a charter member of The National Hunting Retriever Club, Inc. and is affiliated with the United Kennel Club, Inc., the world’s largest working dog registry.
The High Flyers HRC
charter members made a commitment to train better gun dogs, breed healthy and sound animals, and just have fun by getting together with their dogs, families, and friends.
National Beagle Club of America
made the decision to take on more of a leadership role as the "Parent Club" of the breed in the United States.
Navesink River Hunting Retriever Club
was founded in 1985 to promote the training of retrievers in New Jersey. Today they continue with this effort by hosting training sessions and licensed hunt tests as well as club Gun Dog tests throughout the year.
The Alamo Retriever Club
is a group of hunting retriever enthusiasts serving San Antonio and the surrounding area. Its members are both young and old, novice and pro, but all share the joy of working with retrievers.
The Muddy Waters Retriever Club
is all about training working retrievers and versatile hunting dogs. MWRC is a charter member of the Hunting Retriever Club and the United Kennel Club, as are many of its members.
The Southern Michigan Hunter Retriever Club
is for retriever enthusiasts located in the southern Michigan region. They have training grounds available in Jackson and surrounding counties.
is based near Richmond, Kentucky and draws members from all over Central Kentucky.
St. Clair Flats Hunting Retriever Club
is a southeastern Michigan chapter of The Hunting Retriever Club. We are looking for individuals who believe that a good bird dog is one of the best conservation tools for the hunter.
The Wisconsin Association of Sporting Dog Club
’s purpose is to further the improvement of dog clubs within the state of Wisconsin, and to support, investigate, and develop legislation and laws concerning all sporting dogs in the state.
The Ohio Hunting Retriever Club
is affiliated with the Hunting Retriever Club and the United Kennel Club. The UKC, located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, is the parent club of the HRC, a national organization that was "Conceived by Hunters for Hunters".
The Eastern Sierra Quail Unlimited
chapter was started in December of 2001. Their area encompasses the Eastern Sierra mountain range on the west and the White and Inyo mountain range on the east, as well as the valley in between in Inyo and Mono Counties.
The Old South HRC
, located in North Georgia, is the biggest and most active club in the area. They are a family-oriented club and welcome new members.
The Finger Lakes Retriever Club
is committed to the betterment of the retriever breed through training, testing, hunting, and participating in activities to demonstrate the intrinsic value of a trained retriever as a hunting companion and conservationist to the public.
The Versatile Hunting Dog Federation promotes ethical hunting practices and conservation of game animals by enhancing the quality and ability of versatile hunting dogs through breeder and handler education, performance-based testing, and facilitating continuing education and information exchange regarding health and genetics.
: Formed in 1984, the HRC boasts active membership of 8,500+ with 132 clubs in 36 states and 2 provinces including:
Coastal Empire HRC, Savannah, Georgia: This club consists of a group of family oriented hunting enthusiasts from Savannah, Georgia and the surrounding counties. They are dedicated to the improvement of the retrieving breeds through training and testing hunting retrievers.
The Central Florida HRC focuses on having fun and helping you train your retriever to participate in realistic hunt tests and to be a better hunting partner.
Hills Ferry HRC, Los Banos, California
Salt Valley HRC, Lincoln, Nebraska
Copper State HRC, Phoenix, Arizona
Southern Flight HRC, Senatobia, Missouri
The Kansas City HRC
Backwoods Hunting Retriever Club is made of dog owners, trainers and breeders who are dedicated to improving the breed through quality breeding and training.
Ohio State Sportsmen & Sporting Dog Association
National Birdhunters Association Inc.
Eastern Iowa Shooting Dog Association
California Houndsmen for Conservation
Kalamazoo River Beagle Club
Booger County Coon Hunters Association
Bass Pro Fall Classic, Katy, TX
Fargo, Scheels Waterfowl Event
Mid-South NAVHDA, Mt. Juliet, TN
Lincoln, Nebraska bird dog tournament
Great Lakes Sport Dog Association
Innotek Classic, Cardington, Ohio
PKC Kansas State Coon Hunt
Charlie Jurney’s advanced handlers seminar
Richmond Co. Cooners Club in Rockingham, NC
New Prague High School (New Prague, MN)