The word “hunting” in its simplest terms means to search for,
to seek, to pursue. It has become so entwined with weapons and harvest
as to shut the door for many from participating in the great sport of
hunting. Hunting can be done with the only harvest being by camera, pen
and notebook, or simply one’s memory. This workshop, hosted by Ron
Weber, will give non-hunters the confidence to take part in the great
sport of hunting in a non-consumptive way. Visit http://dnr.wi.gov/wnrmag/2016/08/Hunting.PDF
for an indepth look at this approach.
Topics to be covered include:
Skills and equipment specific to hunting deer, turkey and predators such as coyote and fox.
Animal habits and signs.
Safety concerns and ethical practices will be stressed throughout the course.
of this class will be held outdoors,so boots and outdoor clothing are
required. Camouflage clothing would be helpful but not mandatory. A
camera or notebook and pen may come in handy to capture any interesting
moments from the hunt. Class size is limited to 20