State Biologist Sandrini Receives National Conservation Award

Sandrini Receives NWTF National Conservation Award. NASHVILLE, Tenn. -(Ammoland.com)- Joe Sandrini, biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, earned a national award for his diligent work with wild turkeys. The Mosby award is named for Henry S. Mosby, Ph.D., whose research during the mid-1900s set the standard for wild turkey management. He also helped found The Wildlife Society and won its highest honor, the Aldo Leopold Medal. initiative. He has helped develop wildlife management recommendations, collected wild turkey brood data and was influential in developing the four-year Wyoming/South Dakota Black Hills Gobbler Mortality study. “His outstanding work will benefit wild turkeys for generations to come.” About Save the Habitat. : The NWTF Save the Habitat. Without hunters, there will be no wildlife or habitat. The NWTF is determined to Save the Habitat.
Joe Sandrini
Joe Sandrini
National Wild Turkey Federation
National Wild Turkey Federation

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -(Ammoland.com)- Joe Sandrini, biologist with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, earned a national award for his diligent work with wild turkeys.

In recognition of his dedication and contributions to conservation, Joe received the National Wild Turkey Federation’s prestigious Henry S. Mosby Award. He accepted the award during the NWTF’s 41st annual Convention and Sport Show in Nashville.

The Mosby award is named for Henry S. Mosby, Ph.D., whose research during the mid-1900s set the standard for wild turkey management. He also helped found The Wildlife Society and won its highest honor, the Aldo Leopold Medal.

The NWTF determined this year’s award winners based on how their work strengthens the Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt….

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