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Apr092012

Bow Hunter Safety Class to be Held in Thedford

 

     Thedford, Neb. – A bow hunter safety course will be held at the Upper Loup Natural Resources office in Thedford on April 20-22.  According to the Nebraska Game and Parks, all archery (Bow and Arrow) hunters of deer, antelope, elk or mountain sheep age 12 through age 29 must have completed a bow hunter education course AND must carry some form of proof showing you have complete the required course on your person while hunting deer, antelope, elk and mountain sheep.

     The ten-hour course covers everything from proper equipment use, planning a hunt, point of shot, wildlife and habitat conservation.  The class is a three session course and attendance is mandatory for all sessions to receive certification.  Sessions will be:  Friday, April 20th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm CT, Saturday, April 21st 9 am – 4 pm CT, and Sunday, April 22nd 2 pm - 3 pm CT.  Participants are asked to bring their lunch for Saturday’s session.  The class will be held at the Upper Loup NRD office at 39252 Highway 2 in Thedford.  For more information or to register, please visit the Nebraska’s Game and Parks Commission website at www.huntsafenebraska.org.



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