Get the Whole Family Ready for California Waterfowl Season

Get the Whole Family Ready for California Waterfowl Season

California Waterfowl
California Waterfowl

California – -(AmmoLand.com)- California Waterfowl has a variety of camps and clinics designed to get the whole family ready for the coming waterfowl hunting season. From aspiring hunter camps for women and youth to a waterfowl calling clinic designed to help everyone call in the ducks, California Waterfowl’s low-cost events offer entry to adventure and a chance to put delicious local food on the table this fall.

These camps and clinics are co-sponsored by Cabela’s, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Community Youth Center of Concord.

Below is a list of upcoming opportunities to get out and get ready for the season. For more information and to register, visit www.calwaterfowl.org or call 916-275-0961.

California Waterfowl Women and Children Shoot First Skills Clinic
Date: August 16, 2009
Location: Coyote Valley Sporting Clays, Morgan Hill, Santa Clara County, CA

Cost: $30
California Waterfowl is offering women and children an opportunity to learn gun safety, archery and recreational shooting. This is your chance to enjoy archery, .22 rifle, and shotgun shooting with experienced safety instructors. Only $30 and includes targets, shells, shooting equipment, Cabela’s goodies, lunch and California Waterfowl membership. Dads and drivers, shoot the regular course (cost separate) and join us for lunch for $5.

California Waterfowl Youth Shooting Clinics
Dates: Two to choose from, August 22 or September 19, 2009
Location: Grizzly Island Ranch, Suisun, Solano County, CA

Cost: $20
California Waterfowl is offering youth hunters (age 9-17) the chance to get ready for the 2009-10 hunting seasons by practicing their safe shooting skills. Certified trained instruction in will be offered at two clinics offered in late August and September prior to the hunting season. The cost is only $20 and includes targets, shells and archery equipment. Bring your own gun or we will provide them.

California Waterfowl Duck and Goose Calling Clinic
Date: August 29, 2009
Location: Rancho Esquon in Durham, Butte County, CA

Cost: $25
California Waterfowl invites everyone (aged 10+) to perfect their calling skills for ducks and geese with coaching by expert callers. Classes are designed for beginning and intermediate callers and practice calls will be provided. Spaces are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost is only $25 and includes lunch and California Waterfowl membership.


California Waterfowl Women’s Pheasant Hunt Weekend

Date: September 26-27, 2009
Location: Birds Landing Hunting Preserve, Birds Landing, Solano County, CA

Cost is $150.00
California Waterfowl is offering its first ever camp for the aspiring huntress to finish hunter education class, and get a license, gun safety training, and then go on a pheasant hunt with an experienced guide and a dog. Cost is only $150 and includes a hunting license, upland game stamp, firearms instruction, and lunch both days. Friends and family already licensed can come and shoot the regular sporting clays or 5-stand range while the aspiring huntress gets ready for the coming season.

California Waterfowl Youth Hunters Camps
Dates: Two weekends to choose from, Sept. 26 – 27 or Oct. 3 – 4, 2009
Location: Grizzly Island Ranch, Suisun, Solano County, CA

Cost is $100 per camp
Youth hunters (age 10-15) get ready for the 2009-10 hunting seasons by participating in the CWA Hunters Camps. Hunter Education, shotgun practice, shotgun patterning and archery shooting will get you certified and ready to head afield this fall. Cost is only $100 with all meals, lodging, targets, shells and guns provided.

Office: (916) 648-1406 ext.139
Cell: (916) 275-1018
Fax: (916) 648-1665
[email protected]

About:
California Waterfowl is an award winning nonprofit, hunter-supported conservation organization with a mission to conserve the state’s waterfowl, wetlands, and hunting heritage. In the last 20 years we’ve restored, protected or enhanced more than 360,000 acres, providing habitat for millions of birds and animals, and introduced more than 250,000 children to the wonders of the great outdoors. Visit us online at www.calwaterfowl.org.

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