Thursday, October 05, 2006

Three Chears For the Arizona Department Of Fish & Game

It seems the Arizona Department of Fish and Game understands that it is important to introduce new people to hunting. They are putting on free workshops for anyone who would like to learn the basics of hunting.

The workshops include the free use of hunting equipment and free meals. Their goal is to introduce new hunters to the world of small game hunting and the importance of habitat conservation.

Two camps are scheduled. Both cover hunting opportunities, firearm selection and hunter education requirements. Other activities include 3-D archery, wildlife photography, environmental education games and survival basics.

WAY TO GO ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME!

While I am at it I guess I can give a cheer to the South Dakota Department of Fish and Game as well.


This year they are starting pheasant hunting season early with a special youth only pheasant hunt. The youth pheasant season is for those who will be at least 12 before the end of the year and are not yet 16. They can hunt this Saturday and Sunday on private and public property, with the exception of the right-of-way along roads, unless those ditches are adjacent to public lands. Young hunters must be accompanied by adults, who may not carry guns. The regular pheasant season opens October 21st.

WAY TO GO SOUTH DAKOTA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME!

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