The MN DNR will be holding a deer hunting clinic for those interested in the Minnesota pastime on August 12th in Mora, MN.  The clinic will teach youth 10 and older deer habits, how to track dear, and other techniques.  Like how not to totally screw up like this dude did.

The free program, which is geared for those who want to learn more about deer hunting, will be hosted by the DNR's Becoming An Outdoors Family Program from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. on the Wilkens Farm near Mora in Kanabec County.

Youth, ages 10 and older, are welcomed to attend accompanied by a guardian.

Following presentations on deer and deer habit, participants will have hands-on opportunities to learn and practice field skills including how to track deer; deer stand placement and safety; and shotgun, rifle, archery and muzzleloader shooting. Instructors will include DNR wildlife staff, DNR conservation officers, Becoming An Outdoors Woman (BOW) volunteers and members of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association.

Register now, by e-mailing Linda.bylander@state.mn.us.

 

And, just for reference, don't ever apply doe scent to you're body or clothing: