Aug. 15-17: The Brillion Nature Center is sponsoring the Four Winds Rendezvous, a pre-1840’s Western Fur Trader’s Camp. Members of the camp dress in authentic period clothing. Call David at 920-756-3591 for more info.

Aug. 17: Oakland Conservation Club Annual Picnic. Live Music,
food and refreshments, trap shoot, door prizes, cash raffle. For
more info call 608-423-3920 or 920-563-9194.

Aug. 17: Brillion Nature Center Corn Roast, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Burgers and Brats too! Call David at 920-756-3591 for more
info.

Aug. 21: Bonduel Conservation Club is having a gun raffle at
Chameleons, starting at 6 pm. Call Dona at 715-758-2336 for more
info.

Aug. 23-24, Nov. 1-2: Youth Deer Hunt, Buckhorn State Park. For
more info call Joe Stecker-Kochanski, 608-565-2789.

Sept. 6: Tree Farm Field Day, at Zdanovec Tree Farm in
northeastern Marathon County. Topics from pond management to
aspen/ruffed grouse management. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Tree
Farm Committee. Call 715-369-3475 for more info.

Sept. 6: Safari Club International Wisconsin Chapter Annual
Youth Hunter Day at the Daniel Boone Grounds in Washington County.
Many exhibits and free youth giveaways. Call the Safari Club office
at 262-513-5557 or Dan Trawicki at 262-521-3185 for more info.

Sept. 6: A first-time trial event will be held at the West Allis
Training Kennel Club’s 2003 Hunter’s Jamboree. 80 percent payback.
Three age categories. No live birds will be used for this new
competition. Call Rick Spoerl at 262-206-1052 for more information
or see the website at WWW.urfdc.com

Sept. 6: Wisconsin Waterfowl Association 2003 State Duck and
Goose Calling Championship at the Germantown Gander Mountain. Part
of the “Waterfowl Days” celebration taking place all weekend long,
several FREE exhibits will be on hand, including an interactive
shooting gallery and virtual hunting exhibit, dog training
exhibitions, and seminars from top experts in the industry
including Dan Small, host of Outdoor Wisconsin. Admission to all
spectators is free. There is a $20 fee to compete in the
competition, with the winner of the Duck Calling portion of the
event being awarded an entry in the National Competition in
Arkansas along with cash and prizes. After the goose calling
portion of the event, a free youth calling event will take place.
For more information you can call WWA at 800-524-8460 (in WI only),
or 262-369-6309, or visit on line at www.wisducks.org, or:
h2ofowl@powercom.net.

Sept. 13: Tree Farm Field Day, at Shackelford Tree Farm in
northern Rock County. Topics include prairie establishment,
burning, and oak-hickory/hardwoods management. Sponsored by the
Wisconsin Tree Farm Committee. Call 715-369-3475 for more info.

Sept. 20: Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association (WWOA) Annual
meeting at the Telemark Lodge in Cable. Call 715-346-4798 for more
info.

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