Intermediate: Unit 21 Youth Deer Hunt Camp - Mdf
(6/19/17 Event date corrected, was 10-5 to 10-8 to match season dates - dab) Deer hunting tips, assistance, biology and habits, food, hospitality, drawings, gifts, family welcome - serves units 21 tag holders Hosted by: Mule Deer Foundation -------- EVENT TYPES - What are they, and are they right for me? INTERMEDIATE • Pursuit of more challenging species, deer, elk, stalking, remote locations, overnight, lots of field time. Intermediate — applies some already learned basic skills to adapt and meet the next level of learning, skill development: • Skill Meter: 5-8 • Mentoring Meter: 3-6 Event types (Introductory, Beginner, Developing, Intermediate, and Experienced) and descriptions are merely guidelines to help you choose what is best for you -- they are not prerequisites -- most events offer activities that are suitable for all skill levels and interests. Further, hunting is just one portion of these events. Many of these events are also open to people wishing to learn more about wildlife, habitat, conservation, camping and the outdoors. HUNTER EDUCATION? Note: This is a big game hunt and may require hunter education and a field day for some participants based on their age. 10 years old is the minimum age to hunt big game. Hunter Education is mandatory for youth ages 10–13 to hunt big game. For information on hunter education, visit:' https://www.azgfd.com/Education/Hunting.'
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About Arizona GFD Outdoor Skills Network
Have you ever wanted to try hunting, or harvest your own food? The Outdoor Skills Network is your one-stop resource for events offered by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and a network of partners who conduct hands-on events to teach you the basics about hunting, fishing, trapping, safety, wildlife, and other outdoor skills. Interested, but not ready to go hunting yet? Don't worry, we still want you to come on out and see what the outdoor experience and wildlife conservation is all about. Hunting is just one portion of these events. Many of these camps are also open to people wishing to learn more about wildlife biology, ecology and their habitats; target shooting; archery; wildlife viewing; camping; social gatherings and more. If you are interested, just contact the camp host and let them know. We are always seeking out mentors and volunteers as well.