Beginning in 2019, this five-year project seeks to raise awareness to wild turkey issues through photojournalism. In 2019, Chester Moore photographed the "Grand Slam" of turkeys. In 2020, the focus was on eastern turkeys in East Texas. Moore won the "Advocatus Magni" award from the National Wild Turkey Federation for his efforts in Jan. 2020.
This 10-year, interactive project seeks to photograph wild sheep in every state and province in the United States and Canada. It involves incentives for public participation and the creation of free wild sheep curriculum that has been distributed to hundreds of teachers and families.
Our Wild Wishes® program grants wildlife encounters to children with a critical illness or loss of a parent or sibling. Higher Calling Wild Expeditions takes teens from the program with an interest in conservation on expeditions to train them in becoming conservationists of mountain and forest wildlife.
Created by founder Chester Moore in 2007, this project seeks to raise awareness to black bears returning to Texas. It involves the distribution of bear awareness posters to hunting clubs, sporting goods and convenience stores in East and West Texas and radio public service announcements on bears in Texas. Moore was honored by the Southeast Texas Press Club in 2019 for his "Be Texas Bear Aware" PSA.
In 2019, founder Chester Moore created a month-long curriculum on wild sheep life history and conservation. Wild Sheep Of North America has been downloaded and used by hundreds of families and teachers and is absolutely free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a free .pdf that includes the student lessons and a teacher's guide.