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Moore, Higher Calling Wildlife Win Big At Press Club Awards

Higher Calling Wildlife founder Chester Moore won big at the Press Club of Southeast Texas Excellence In Media awards.

He won the following categories:

*First place for podcast for “Higher Calling Wildlife”

*First place for Talk Show for “Moore Outdoors” on Newstalk AM 560 KLVI. This episode featured a discussion on bonefish and tarpon with Dr. Aaron Adams of the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust.

*First place for Investigative Radio program for “Moore Outdoors” on Newtalk AM 560 KLVI “Mysterious Horse Killings” program*

*First place for Column in the open category for Editor’s Notes at Texas Fish & Game

*First place for Radio Public Service Announcement for The Wildlife Journalist Gulf of Mexico Marine Mammals clip.

*First place for individual social media for his Instagram feed @thechestermoore.

He also placed in environmental article category for two articles-one on wild sheep’s disease issue with domestic sheep for Hunter’s Horn from the Houston Safari Club Foundation and another here Higher Calling Wildlife on the reason Texas no longer has native cutthroat trout.

You can read that article here.

Moore has received numerous awards for writing and broadcasting on feral hogs, their dangers to humans and why hunting them is important in terms of wildlife conservation. His episode on what he calls the “northern hog invasion” was recognized by the Press Club of Southeast Texas. (Photo by Gerald Burliegh)

He also took second place in individual podcast episode for Higher Calling Wildlife’s “The Truth About The Northern Hog Invasion” episode with Jeff Stewart.

“I appreciate the opportunity to submit work to this prestigious organization and the sponsors who make it possible,” Moore said.

“Thanks to all of you for reading, listening and following my work for making it all possible. And thank God for the opportunity and calling to write about wildlife and conservation.”