The day may start early but is full of activities, education and great food! Here's the informal agenda for the day:
- Gathering and breakfast @ 7:30 AM
- Welcome, Safety Talk and Overview of the Day
- Off to the traphouse for some practice
- Hunting in the field with a mentor, guide and dog
- Lunch at the Club house
- Back out in the field for afternoon hunt
- Meet at the Clubhouse for tagging and cleaning the birds
- Departure about 4:30 PM
Attached you will find a registration form with additional information. All hunters must have a 2011 NJ Hunting License, require amount of safety orange, and their own eye and ear protection. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. However, I am smack dab in the middle of about a dozen projects; so, please be patient with me. I promise I will get back to you.
Sponsorship and donations in support of these educational programs are accepted. Friends or family attending with young hunters will be asked for a donation to cover their meals. Pola Galie and Mike Mazzucco, co-chairs. Reservations/Registrations are REQUIRED.
Special Thanks to the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, New Jersey Outdoor Alliance Environmental Projects/NJ Quail Project, English Setter Club Directors and Members and our volunteers - mentors, dogs and our Camp Cook, Ed Gerber!
Additional details, photos and registration form are available online at http://www.njquailproject.org