Through the efforts of Arizona Game and Fish, the US Forest Service, the Centro Ecologico de Sonora, the NWTF, and a variety of other partners, the Gould’s has made a comeback to the sky islands of Arizona. With original transplants coming from Mexico in the 1980s, the Gould’s restoration story embodies the spirit of conservation and ingenuity that we need in today’s climate. Despite tremendous obstacles, the program has been a resounding success due to the hard work of state and federal agencies, NWTF volunteers, and private citizens.
Up Next in Short Films Season 1
Dixon: A Father's Turkey Hunting Legacy
Will Dixon and Neill Haas hunt the swamps of Florida, looking for a mature Osceola to complete Will's dream of the Grand Slam. The journey is full of emotions as he remembers his late father, Mossy Oak's Bob Dixon, who taught him the ways of turkey hunting.
Like his mom says, "Will leaves turkey...
The Kid • Apex Ammunition
This short film is the story of NWTF Poults Calling Champion, Gavin Bryan and his dad Jason. More importantly it's about how hunters share a familial bond.