The National Bird Hunters Association Mission
The National Bird Hunters Association is a group of dedicated bird hunters interested in the development and competition of class foot handled bird dogs. The organization encourages fair competition, sportsmanship and the enjoyment of the outdoors thru fellowship with like minded bird hunters who share our interest in field trialing bird dogs.
SUPPORT THE NBHA
The NBHA is holding a raffle to support our walking field trials. Win a Polaris UTV (with 4 hole dog box), a South TX Quail Hunt, a Beretta O/U and many other items. Raffle will be drawn at our National Meeting in July 2015.
Grand Prize 1: Polaris UTV with a removable custom-made 4 hole dog box!
Grand Prize 2: South Texas Quail Hunt
Prize 3: Beretta 28 ga. Silver Pigeon O/U
Other Prizes: Ice Chest Coolers (Yeti style), Garmin Alpha GPS/E-Collar, Garmin E-Collars, Garmin “VIRB” Go Cam, and many more prizes.
Tickets: $20 each or 6 for $100
ADVERTISE with the NBHA
The National Bird Hunters is offering you, the breeder, kennel, bird supplier, those who raise and sell horses, field trial participant, etc., the opportunity to advertise your business on our national website. If you are an ACTIVE field trial club, hosting NBHA field trials, we are going to offer your club a FREE posting. Check out our "Advertising Supporter" page and contact the NBHA Secretary for more information.
2015 NBHA National Open Invitational Championship
|Posted on : Sunday March 29 2015
2015 NBHA OPEN INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
NBHA Open Invite - Futurity - Kilgore Pup Classic
|Posted on : Monday March 23 2015
2015 National Invitational Championship - SHOOTING DOG
2015 IB Parnell Trial
|Posted on : Friday March 20 2015
Sumter Co. Birdhunter’s Association held its IB Parnell Memorial Trial at Guard Rail Kennels in Pinewood, SC. These grounds are one of the favorites for local field trailers. We are especially grateful to Nick Mellon for allowing us to continue to hold trials here. The trial dates were February 10th – 11th. We ran 67 great dogs over two beautiful days. The judges were Allen Johnson, Randy Latty and Mark Barnett, all from South Carolina. These gentlemen did an outstanding job and their decisions were accepted very well.