AZ, ID, MT, NM, UT
Ellary joined CSF in June of 2019 and serves as the Inter-Mountain Western States Coordinator. In her role, Ellary works closely with the state legislative and gubernatorial sportsmen’s caucus members in Arizona, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, and Utah.
Ellary earned her Master of Science degree from Auburn University, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, with a concentration in Natural Resources. During her master’s program, Ellary preformed research working with hunters, farmers, and forestland owners regarding their perspectives towards wild pig conflict, impact, and management within Alabama. Prior to graduate school, Ellary earned her bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Hawaiʽi at Mānoa, where she performed research working with local non-commercial anglers and their perspectives towards a hypothetical non-commercial fishing license program within the state. Upon completing her bachelor’s degree, Ellary continued to work on projects related to fisheries management in Hawaiʽi before attending graduate school. Ellary has participated in numerous fieldwork opportunities, including habitat restoration, white-tailed deer capture, blue-winged teal banding, and wild pig trapping. As a strong advocate of outreach and education, Ellary has taken part in numerous outreach events, exposing people of all ages to the outdoors, hunting, and natural resource management.
Born and raised in Washington State, Ellary grew up hunting primarily waterfowl and upland game birds. During the summer months, Ellary spent her time fishing and crabbing the coastal waters stretching from northern Washington to Southeast Alaska on her family’s boat.
Articles by Ellary TuckerWilliams
Arizona: Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Attends Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation SummitMonday, August 12, 2019
Montana: Opportunity for Public Comment Regarding Trapping RegulationsMonday, August 12, 2019
Idaho: Opportunity for Public Comment and Participation at Governor’s Salmon Workgroup Public MeetingMonday, July 29, 2019
Arizona: Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Supports House Rock Bison Management Improvements ProjectMonday, July 1, 2019
Montana: Second Free-Ranging Case of Chronic Wasting Disease SuspectedMonday, June 24, 2019
Idaho: Public Comment Period Open for Rule Proposals on Hunting, Trapping and Big Game ImportationMonday, June 17, 2019
Arizona: Public Comment Period Open for Proposal to Build Recreational Shooting SitesMonday, June 10, 2019
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- Improve hunter and target shooter involvement in regulatory and legislative processes. (13.89%)
- Enact or expand temporary hunter education deferral programs (apprentice license programs, multiyear options, programs for all first-time hunters regardless of age, and programs promoting hunting of multiple game species). (12.50%)
- Offer shooting sports and hunter education as school activities and recreation programs. (59.72%)
- Link existing programming into family-oriented organizations (such as churches and home-school groups) where participants will have the social support to continue. (13.89%)