Free Workshop to Focus on Spring Turkey Hunting

Wild Turkeys
Wild Turkeys
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission

Lincoln, NE -(AmmoLand.com)- Learn all aspects of spring turkey hunting at a workshop hosted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

The free workshop will be held in five locations across the state and is designed for individuals with limited experience who want to expand their knowledge of turkey hunting. Topics will include strategies, equipment, turkey biology and ways to increase a hunter’s confidence and success.

With lots of birds, a long season and plentiful and affordable permits – including $5 permits for youth – Nebraska offers the best turkey hunting opportunities in the United States and is a great place for new hunters to get started.

All workshops begin at 6 p.m. The schedule is:

  • March 9 – North Platte, Nebraska Game and Parks district office, 301 E. State Farm Road
  • March 11 – Ogallala, Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area Visitor Center, 1450 Neb. Highway 61 N.
  • March 22 – Chadron, Chadron State College, Burkhiser Technology Complex, Room 231
  • April 4 – Lincoln, Nebraska Game and Parks Outdoor Education Center, 4703 N. 44th St.
  • April 7 – Gretna, Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium, 21502 W. Neb. Highway 31

Space is limited. To register, visit OutdoorNebraska.org/workshops.

About The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission:

The mission of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is stewardship of the state’s fish, wildlife, park, and outdoor recreation resources in the best long-term interests of the people and those resources. To accomplish that purpose, the Commission plans and implements its policies and programs efficiently and objectively; maintains a rich and diverse environment in Nebraska’s lands and waters; provides outdoor recreation opportunities; manages wildlife resources for the maximum benefit of the people; and attempts to help Nebraskans appreciate their role in the natural world.

For more information on , please visit www.OutdoorNebraska.org.

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