One of the nation’s leading outdoor magazines has for the second straight year identified 25 exceptional individuals as nominees for their prestigious Conservationist of the Year Award.

This year, Shane Mahoney, B&C Professional member and one of the voice talents for the Boone and Crockett Club’s television series, Leupold Big Game Profiles has the honor of being one of the nominees. Not only has Shane’s voice talent enhanced the show, but his input as a man of science and conservation has added greatly to the show’s overall success.

Through his professional life as a biologist, researcher, and lecturer, Shane’s contributions to conservation are unique in that his teachings emphasize the importance of hunting in shaping our essence as human beings and that the issue of conservation should be on par with that of justice, civil rights, poverty, and education.

Click here to read Shane Mahoney’s bio as well as the bios of the other nominees, and vote for your favorite.

It has long been known that we at HuntingLife.com are huge fans of Shane Mahoney and we encourage you all to get out there and vote for him.  I know he is the not the most popular in this great list of people but he has done a tremendous amount of work for conservation and for teaching the North American Conservation Model

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