Wednesday, February 8th, 2023
Wednesday, February 8th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Feb. 4 – Mar. 8: Ettrick Rod & Gun Club & G-E-T DU DNR Certified Hunter Safety course at G-E-T High School cafeteria, 6-8 p.m. For more info call Richard Hampe, 608-582-4091.

Feb. 7-9: Timber wolf study, instructed by Timber Wolf
Information Network, classroom & field work, Treehaven, W2540
Pickerel Creek Ave., Tomahawk, WI 54487. Full package, $155 (incl.
meals, lodging); commuter, $105. To register, call 715-453-4106, or
e-mail to jeverson@uwsp.edu.

Feb. 8: Turkey seminar-turkey pros and reps on hand to better
your spring turkey success. Call 800-589-8405 for more info.

Feb. 14: Wisconsin Stewardship Network sponsoring “Wisconsin
2003 Year of Water” forum at UW-Stevens Point. Council of
Canadians’ chair Maude Barlow and Water Follies author Robert
Glennon will lead a discussion of water issues facing Wisconsin and
the world. For information about conference registration form,
visit www.wsn.org.

Feb. 18 – Mar. 19: Registration & classes start for
combination gun safety & bow safety. 6:45- 9:00 pm Tuesday
& Wednesday nights at the Waukesha Rifle and Pistol Club. For
more info call Ken, 262-542-8602.

Feb. 21-23: Timber wolf study, instructed by Timber Wolf
Information Network, classroom and field work, at Treehaven, W2540
Pickerel Creek Ave., Tomahawk, WI 54487. Full package, $155 (incl.
meals, lodging); commuter, $105. To register, call 715-453-4106, or
e-mail to jeverson@uwsp.edu.

Feb. 28 – Mar. 2: Timber wolf study, instructed by Timber Wolf
Information Network, classroom and field work, at Treehaven, W2540
Pickerel Creek Ave., Tomahawk, WI 54487. Full package, $155
(includes meals, lodging); commuter, $105. To register, call
715-453-4106, or e-mail to jeverson@uwsp.edu.

Mar. 1: 3rd Annual Managing Your Land for Wildlife Conference,
Waupaca High School, with a discussion on chronic wasting disease,
hosted by Golden Sands Resource, Conservation and Development
Council, registration starting at 8 a.m. Keynote speaker is Lowell
Klessig, retired UW-Stevens Point professor, other speakers and
subjects include Gary Zimmer, Ruffed Grouse Society, aspen
management, Charlie Luthin, wetland restoration, Mary Selway,
planning and financial assistance, John Morgan, working with
consultant foresters, Jim Hardin, natural landscaping, Mike Engel,
grasslands and prairies and oak management, registration fee of $20
($30 per couple) includes coffee and rolls during registration,
lunch and a folder. For more info, contact Golden Sands RC&D
Council, 1462 Strongs Ave. Stevens Point, WI 54481, or call
715-343-6215.

Mar. 9: Hunter education class, to include archery, Lester
Library, Nekoosa, 6 p.m., registration required, call
715-886-5808.

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