MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Basis is worked up to announce a brand new RMEF layer within the onX Hunt app that assists hunters with public entry and different useful data.
“For years now, the staff at onX Hunt has been forward of the sport in creating and translating expertise into boots-on-the-ground information for elk hunters. And now they’ve finished it once more,” mentioned Steve Decker, RMEF vp of Advertising and marketing.
The brand new RMEF layer is free for many who buy the onX Hunt app. It highlights entry factors to RMEF land tasks together with particulars reminiscent of challenge names, acreage, boundaries, managing companions, and whether or not entry and looking are permitted. Moreover, the layer options historic and present elk vary.
“onX could be very excited to proceed our lengthy partnership with RMEF by launching the brand new RMEF layer.” mentioned Matt Seidel, onX Hunt product supervisor. “This new layer brings collectively all the arduous work that RMEF has finished and provides it a visible illustration. If you see the quantity of tasks and entry sights on the map it actually hits house how arduous RMEF has been working for hunters.”
For a restricted time, onX Hunt is providing a 20 p.c low cost to those that signal as much as for an app membership, with a portion of the proceeds going towards RMEF’s conservation mission.
Go right here to buy the onX Hunt app or discover extra details about its options and layers.
Concerning the Rocky Mountain Elk Basis:
Based over 30 years in the past, fueled by hunters and a membership of greater than 222,000 sturdy, RMEF has conserved greater than 7.1 million acres for elk and different wildlife. RMEF additionally works to open and enhance public entry, fund and advocate for science-based useful resource administration, and guarantee the way forward for America’s looking heritage. Uncover why “Searching Is Conservation™” at www.rmef.org, www.elknetwork.com or 800-CALL ELK.