The Boone and Crockett Club is the oldest organization North American conservation of wildlife and habitat , based in the United States in 1887 by Theodore Roosevelt . The club was named in honor of the day’s hero-hunters, Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett , whom the club’s founders considered to be pioneers who hunted widely by opening the US border but were realizing the consequences of overfishing. In addition to having drafted a famous declaration of ” just pursuit ” of the ethics of hunters , the club has worked to expand and protect the national park of Yellowstone and the establishment of the American conservation in general. The Club and its members were also responsible for the elimination of commercial hunting , the creation of the national park and national forest services , the network national wildlife refuge , wildlife reserves and conservation funding. North American Wildlife Conservation Model . 
The National Wild Turkey Federation is an international non-profit organization whose mission is “the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of our hunting heritage.” It has more than 250,000 members in the United States, Canada, Mexico and 14 other countries .
The Western Animal Rights Network ( WARN ) appeared in 2005 as a coalition for the groups of animal rights in the west of England and south Wales and acted as a news service for demonstrations animal rights and action reports.  
The revolutionary cells – Brigade animal liberation ( RCALB ), known simply as the Brigade of release animals ( ALB ) is a name used by liberationist animals who argue in favor of using the freedom and diversity of tactics within the movement of animal release , whether non-violent or not. As part of a praxis , the intention is to destroy the institutions oppressive , describing an end of the game for ” animal abusers “.   
Rocky Mountain Animal Defense ( RMAD ) is a non-profit 501-C-3 based in the United States that helps to eliminate the suffering imposed by the man in the region Rocky Mountains . The group was formed in 1994. The RMAD continues its mission through public education, community outreach, litigation, legislation and practical work. In May 2010, the group was renamed Rocky Mountain Justice for Animals under the direction of Executive Director Karen Breslin.