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23
Jan

Junior Waterfowl Hunting Day Set for February

A junior hunter displays his waterfowl harvest Experienced waterfowl hunters are invited to introduce young people to the sport during a Junior Waterfowl Hunting Day on February 8. On this date, hunters 15 years of age or younger may hunt ducks, geese, mergansers and coots on public and private lands when aided by a qualifying adult.  Read more »

31
Jul

Fall Junior Hunter Field Days Set for Washington and Cecil Counties

JrHunterFieldDay smallerWho: Youth

When & Where: Cecil County, September 14 & Washington County, September 28

Cost: Free

Youth with an interest in hunting, shooting sports and wildlife management are invited to participate in a fall Junior Hunter Field Day event. Staff from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and representatives from sporting and conservation groups will use hand-on activities to teach participants about natural resources stewardship, wildlife biology, shooting safety and ethical conduct in the field.  Read more »

16
May

Governor O’Malley Signs Bills Expanding Sunday Hunting Opportunities in Carroll, Dorchester and Queen Anne’s Counties

Signing of House Bill 214  to expand Sunday deer hunting opportunities in Queen Anne's County

Signing of HB 214. Top: Matt Teffeau, Maryland Farm Bureau; Del. Michael Smigiel; Del. Steve Hershey; Del. Jay Jacobs; Bottom: President of Senate Mike Miller; Governor O’Malley; Speaker Michael Busch

Governor Martin O’Malley signed the final two of three bills passed during the 2013 legislative session that allow for increased Sunday hunting opportunities in Carroll, Dorchester and Queen Anne’s counties, on May 16 in Annapolis.    Read more »

24
Apr

DNR to Host Junior Hunter Field Days in June

Events in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Queen Anne’s and Somerset counties

Jr huntWho: Youth ages 8-16

When & Where: Saturdays in June, Across the State

Cost: Free

Youth with an interest in hunting, shooting sports and wildlife management are invited to participate in a regional summer Junior Hunter Field Day event. Staff from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and representatives from sporting and conservation groups will use hand-on activities to teach participants about natural resources stewardship, wildlife biology, shooting safety and ethical conduct in the field.  Read more »

4
Apr

Junior Hunter Field Day Set for Allegany County

archerWho: Youth ages 8-16

When: Saturday, May 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Midland Sportsman’s Club, 8825 Sturgeon Ave., Midland (Allegany County)

Cost: Free

Contact: 301-777-2136

Youth with an interest in hunting, shooting sports, and wildlife and fisheries management are invited to participate in this year’s spring Junior Hunter Field Day event. Staff from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and representatives from sporting and conservation groups will use hands-on activities to teach participants about natural resources stewardship, wildlife and fisheries biology, shooting safety, and ethical conduct in the field.  Read more »

28
Aug

Junior Hunter Field Day Set for Garrett County

Youth interested in wildlife and the outdoors are invited to join staff from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and local conservation groups for the 4th annual Fall Junior Hunter Field Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on September 15 in Bittinger. Young people, ages 8 to 16, interested in wildlife activities and shooting sports will experience the fun of the great outdoors while learning about natural resources management.
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27
Apr

Junior Hunter Field Days Set For The Eastern Shore

Young people interested in wildlife and the outdoors are invited to join staff from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and local conservation groups to learn about a variety of topics related to wildlife management and stewardship during Junior Hunter Field Days on June 2 in Sudlersville and June 16 in Princess Anne.

“This is an opportunity for Maryland youth interested in wildlife activities to discover and connect with their natural world,” said Patricia Allen, information & education program manager for DNR’s Wildlife & Heritage Service. “It gives children the chance to become involved in the management of our natural resources and to learn about hunting and the important role it plays in wildlife conservation.” Read more »