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.


Decoy Lakes Field Trial Club, 2019 fall trial

Posted on : Monday December 2 2019

On October 12th Decoy Lakes Field Trial Club gathered at the RP Wellons Family for the Annual Decoy Lakes Field Trial Club fall trial. We were fortunate to have a full roster of dogs to run for the event. You have to love October in North Carolina. One day, you would think summer is behind you and fall has settled in, the next, summer bounces right back to remind you that it isnít quite gone just yet. This weekend would ring true to that end. The forecasted temperatures were cool in the morning but were going to quickly rise to the low to mid 80s. Both dogs and handlers are eager and ready to take on the warm and dry conditions to show their stuff.

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Bluegrass Walking Shooting Dog Club trial results

Posted on : Friday November 22 2019

Bluegrass Walking Shooting Dog Club, Amateur Shooting Dog ([email protected]) winners. From L to R: Jaxson Mulvaney, Tim Mulvaney with 3rd place Pisto Patch Annie, Judge Gary Vitali, Dave Gillilan with 2nd place Unlisted Bullet, Judge Brian French, Marty Staker with 1st place Jaike Junior, and Bluegrass club President Joe Hopkins.

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Point Standings are changing

Posted on : Tuesday November 12 2019

This new trial season had these youth in attendance at the SW Missouri Walking field trial, where they each received an attendance award. They were seen watering, walking dogs, and riding in the dog wagon. A couple of them were so wore out that they even enjoyed an afternoon nap. As the new trial season is now underway essential data forms are coming in. Check out the point standings as it will continue to change throughout the trial season.

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