Minnesota Summer Camp A Way To Raise Interest In Hunting
August 19, 2017 - summer camp
FERGUS FALLS (AP) – A weeklong summer stay in Minnesota teaches teenagers about steep and crow hunting.
Reports say that a Woodie Camp is sponsored by a Minnesota Waterfowl Association. Up to 50 students learn about bird calls, level ecology, outside ethics and shooting.
Camp leaders contend it’s a approach to revitalise seductiveness in a sport tradition that has been disappearing for decades in Minnesota.
The state Department of Natural Resources estimates that steep hunters have decreased by scarcely 20,000, or roughly 25 percent, in a past decade. Canada crow hunters have decreased by roughly 25,000, a scarcely 40 percent drop.
The organisation raises a $46,000 indispensable to run a module and cover a costs for a campers.