Field Dog Expo Benefits the New Jersey Quail Project

Field Dog Expo to be held at the Historic English Setter Club in Medford to benefit the New Jersey Quail Project

New Jersey Quail Project
New Jersey Quail Project

Waretown, NJ – The New Jersey Quail Project, a conservation project associated with the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance and the English Setter Club of America will be holding their First Annual Field Dog Expo on June 13, 2009 on the spectacular grounds of the historic English Setter Club of America in Medford, NJ.

This event is designed for the amateur dog handler. On this day you should bring out your pointing, flushing or retrieving breed for some exercise and free training seminars by professional dog trainers, handlers and field trial judges,

Training seminars will be conducted throughout the day. Information booths, kennel operators, dog supply dealers and others of interest to dog owners will be on hand to answer questions and provide information. Food and beverages will be available on site and even a few horses for those with an equine interest in the horse’s role in field trial events.

The day will have a focus on the amateur field dog handler and Pro Dog trainers will be available to help with training tips and sharpening your dog’s skills.

A small donation to the New Jersey Quail Project will be requested but not required to spend a day with the pros. Easily accessible from Highway Route 70, the English Setter Club is located on Medford-Mt. Holly Road (Route 541).

Bring your family, bring your buddies and most importantly – bring your favorite dog and enjoy the day among fellow field dog enthusiasts from around the state. Mark your calendar and make plans to come out for a great time and learning experience.

The day’s festivities will commence at 9:00 am. The rain date is Sunday, June 14, 2009. All proceeds go to the New Jersey Quail Project to support restoration and enhancement of bobwhite quail habitat throughout New Jersey in an effort to rebuild New Jersey’s wild bobwhite quail populations.

Coming from a distance? Limited space for RVs and camping available. Advance reservation highly recommended. For additional information please visit the New Jersey Quail Project online at http://www.njquailproject.org for more details or email [email protected] or call NJQP Chairman, Joe Matter at (856) 456-7804

About:
The purpose of the New Jersey Quail Project to provide and sustain suitable habitat for quail, other upland birds and associated suite of species. We will also endeavor to educate the public and fellow sportsmen and sportswomen about quail habitat and its inhabitants, generate and sustain revenue through grants and donations to achieve goals and continue to work with biologists and land managers to provide manpower and funding to foster a healthy native population and habitat protection and defragmentation in New Jersey.