Florida bowhunters will have a chance to go to a National Bowhunter Education Foundation licensed bowhunter education course in Alachua County in August.
The course will certainly take place Aug. 25 in Newberry, beginning at 8 a.m. The particular location for the class will certainly be offered to those who sign up ahead of time. The training course is conducted making use of the online, distance-learning format
. A bowhunting lover can access the program on the NBEF site by getting in through the Florida website and also completing the on-line classroom topics, before participating in a reduced, interactive field day. The Florida course goes to Bowhunter-ed. com/Florida. « While these courses do not satisfy the hunter education and learning demands
«for Florida, it is academic, well worth and insightful taking, » stated Ashley Lawson, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)hunter safety and security organizer in Lake City. Participants can expect to discover all aspects of bowhunting, including: History of bowhunting.
Safe and responsible bowhunting. Know your weapon. Preparing
- for the quest.
- Shot placement and also video game recovery.
- Use of various other strategies as well as raised stands. Outside readiness. Individuals need to bring their own devices
- , including bow and also field-tipped arrowheads.
- Students need to register for the program by calling the FWC’s North Central Regional Office at 386-754-1654 or by checking out MyFWC.com/ Bowhunt. Trainees of any ages may take part.