Chester Moore is an award-winning writer, photographer, lecturer, radio host and television personality.
He has appeared on National Geographic, The Travel Channel, Animal Planet, The Outdoors Channel, Fox Sports Southwest, Destination America, GETV and The Documentary Channel discussing wildlife, fishing and hunting.
He has received more than 100 honors for his work including winning the first-ever Mossy Oak Outdoors Legacy Award in 2017.
In 2010 he was named “Conservationist of the Year” by the Texas Soil & Conservation District and previously was named “Conservation Communicator of the Year” and “Youth Conservationist of the Year” by the Sportsman’s Conservationists of Texas.
He has been named a “Hero of Conservation” by Field & Stream for his work with southern flounder fisheries conservation.
Chester is Editor-In-Chief of Texas Fish & Game and has contributed to Tide, Sport Fishing, ZAA Journal, Feline Conservation, Deer & Deer Hunting, In-Fisherman, Ducks Unlimited and many other publications.
He has hosted “Moore Outdoors” on Newstalk AM 560 KLVI since he was 25 years old and and conducted nearly 1,000 broadcasts with that program.
Chester is a sought-after lecturer and has spoken on wildlife throughout the United States and in Europe.
He and his wife Lisa operate the Kingdom Zoo Wildlife Center® in Orange, TX where they use exotic animals to bring the love of Christ to hurting children and in turn train those children to become wildlife conservationists.
To book Chester Moore for speaking engagements email firstname.lastname@example.org.