Blake Shelton Joins Wildlife Conservation Effort

TISHOMINGO, OK - SEPTEMBER 30: Blake Shelton performs during a free Opry style concert on Main Street outside of new restaurant and bar, Ole Red, opened by Shelton and Ryman Hospitality Partners on September 30, 2017 in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. (Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images for Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc)

We all know that in the country music world, there are those that walk the walk, and then those that fish, hunt, and live the outdoor life just as hard as they play on stage. Blake Shelton has never been one to take his fishing lightly, and is now working with his home state’s wildlife conservation foundation to solidify that love. The country music superstar and lifelong outdoorsman, has been named a founding board director of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation. Shelton said, “When I was 10, my dad took me out into the woods deer hunting with him and it changed my life forever. Healthy fish and wildlife, and the opportunities to get outdoors, make Oklahoma a special place to live.”

Shelton joins a slew of country music stars in their efforts to help Wildlife Conservation efforts across the U.S. in their respective home states, to help our future outdoorsman find a “Special Place” they can call home.



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