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The Ruffed Grouse Society: Managing Forest Habitat for More than 50 Years

A hunting enthusiast, Norman Nabhan is a member of the Ruffed Grouse Society. Mr. Nabhan, who has served as Managing Director at Graystone Consulting in Houston for more than 30 years, appreciates the important work that his membership with The Ruffed Grouse Society supports.

The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) exists to promote suitable conditions for ruffed grouse, American woodcock, and other birds, for the purpose of sustaining sport hunting. Founded in 1961, RGS enhances environments for those species through wildlife management practices that are ecologically sound and true to the tradition of ethical hunting. The society aids in conducting and sponsoring scientific research to better understand the biological and ecological needs of ruffed grouse and similar species.

Headquartered in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, RGS’s membership consists primarily of hunters who are committed to responsible hunting with an emphasis on sportsmanship. Ruffed Grouse Society members like Norman Nabhan understand the importance of preserving the species they hunt; therefore the society collaborates with local, state, and federal governments to create programs that manage the habitats of ruffed grouse and other birds.