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Wildlife Action
Upstate Chapter
Spartanburg, SC

"Local Folks Solving Local Problems"

"To put back more than we take"


Next Chapter Meeting: Monday, April 13, 6:30 PM
Fuddruckers, 1509 John B White Sr Boulevard. Spartanburg, SC 29301
Program:  Steven Anschel - Nature Scenes

Next WLA Upstate Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 28, 6:30 PM
North Spartanburg Fire District Station 1, 8767 Asheville Highway, Spartanburg, SC 29316

See WLA Upstate Calendar for Upcoming Events

Wild Day

   Wild Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 25th.  Activities include Scavenger
Hunt, BB Rifle Target Practice, Leaf Printing, Archery, Skins & Skulls, and
   Assembling Bird Boxes.  Open to children ages 7 - 11 and their parent or
   guardian.  Registration Deadline for individuals is April 18th; for groups it is
   April 11th.

Look for Wild Day in the April Issue of Upstate Parent Magazine and the Herald-Journal Community Calendar

Yard Sale

   Start collecting items for the annual WLA Upstate Yard Sale that will be held
   on Saturday, May 16th from 7:30 AM until noon at John's TV, 4225 South
   Church Street Ext. (Hwy 221 South), Roebuck, SC 29376.

New Enclosed Building for WLA Upstate

   Dick Cassel, Project Manager for the new construction, announced that the
   enclosed building construction was assigned to Glen Koepke.  The first step 
will be to grade the area and pour a 65’ x 30’ concrete slab.



Wildlife Action

Hunters, fishermen and environmentalists -
a coalition that works for conservation.

Mission Statement 

Wildlife Action is a private, non-profit grass roots organization whose mission is promoting public awareness about wildlife habitat, conservation, preservation and restoration of our natural resources, educating all people on stewardship of the good earth, and promoting responsible sportsmanship and ethics as exercised in the right to bear arms.

5 Point Law



Wildlife Action Goals

1) Raise Public Awareness to diminishing wildlife habitat.
2) Effectively secure, protect and manage wildlife habitat.
3) Protect rivers and wetlands from unnecessary destruction and 
4) Work to reduce poaching, trespassing and other illegal and
     inconsiderate outdoor activities; encourage improved behavior of
     irresponsible outdoor users.