There were 150 kids present for this event. Prizes were donated so that each kid received a prize. Each kid was allowed 3 fish. We had 54 kids registered to shoot with many coming back a second time.
Great Milwaukee Journal Setinel Article on the success of the NWTF Wisconsin partnership with the WDNR advancing R3 and Learn to Hunt.
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September 1 in Wisconsin means the opening of early seasons for dove and waterfowl hunters and their four-legged friends. What to do with those tender teal and delicious doves? "In Season,"--NWTF-Wisconsin's new Wild Game Cooking column by outdoor writer and R3 coordinator John Motoviloff--will tell you. Check back on September 1 for the first installment!
Have you ever wanted to try shooting a bow or .22 rimfire? Take a UTV/ ATV for a spin?
Have you ever wondered why sportsmen and women are so passionate about the outdoors? Then you don't want to miss out on this FREE event !
The #NWTFGetOutdoorsDay is aimed at promoting outdoor activities to youth and families, as well as preserving our heritage through education and conservation.
Those attending the event have the opportunity to participate in UTV/ATV demo rides, fire rimfire rifles, shoot archery equipment, experience duck/goose calling, interact with turkey blind/ decoy set ups, learn about open water safety, find out the history of hunting and how it relates to conservation and wildlife management, and much more !
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“But love of the wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only home we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need – if only we had eyes to see.” – Edward Abbey