Women are invited to enroll in a how to hunt deer with firearms program being offered this fall through the Department of Natural Resources.
There will be educational sessions that lead up to a one-on-one mentored hunt during the weekend of Oct. 14 at Itasca State Park. The session dates are Saturdays, Aug. 27, Sept. 24, and Oct. 8.
Sessions will include deer biology, habits, habitat, regulations, equipment, scouting, how to find hunting land, rifle practice and more. Lodging for the weekend hunt is included at Itasca State Park, and the registration fee is $100 plus minimal range fees for practice shooting.
“I learned what I needed to know in order to teach my 10-year-old son to hunt soon (my goal) and hope this becomes a life-long family tradition for us,” said Bobbie Danielson, who attended the class last year.
Women will need access to a legal firearm in good working condition, a deer license and must possess firearm safety certification prior to the mentored hunt. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. The class is limited to 10 women.
More information is available at www.mndnr.gov/bow or by contacting Linda Bylander, 218-203-4347.