Recent Virginia Hunter Education Graduates Get a Shot at Free Hunt
Virginia is participating in a new program called Explore Wingshooting. Invitations went out to recent graduates of hunter education classes, the first 50 to respond will receive a chance at a free pheasant hunt on certain preserves. The graduate will hunt for free, and their adult companion will receive a discounted price.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation, North American Gamebird Association and International Hunter Education Association are sponsoring the program to provide a safe and enjoyable game bird hunting experience for new hunter education graduates on their first outing.
The hunt at the preserves will last 3 to 3 and 1/2 hours. The graduate and their adult hunting partner will have a guide and a trained dog with them on the preserve. Sounds like a great program. From The Sacramento Bee.