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Ryan Robson, SNC resource technician. All costs for theweekend program, includ- ing manuals and training, were covered by the SNC and Delta Waterfowl. Participants met with their hunting mentors, local trap- pers, and conservation officers for instruc- tion in their courses, and also took part in an archery workshop and a skeet shooting demonstration during the first day of the two-day program. The second day partici- pants took part in a guided hunt under the direction of St. Lawrence Outfitters. The SNC manages several forested prop- erties within the 4000-square-kilometre South Nation River watershed. Hunting is allowed on those lands provided hunters pay their $50 registration fee to the SNC and also receive advance permission to do

so, provide proof of a valid hunting licence, and follow all safety rules for hunting.


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Finch | Another group of young hunters enjoyed a mid-October stalking session and a weekend cram course on hunter training, firearms safety, and other infor- mation necessary for safe and successful pursuit of wild game. The South Nation Conservation Authority (SNC) and the Delta Waterfowl conserva- tion group hosted their fifth annual Youth Hunt over the Oct. 14 weekend. The annual hunter safety training exercise is geared to- wards young hunters, aged 12 to 15, and this year’s installment saw nine lads and one lass from the SNC region signed up for the Hunter Apprenticeship Safety Program. The program in-

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cludes instruction in the official Hunters Safety course and the Canadian Fire- arms course. Both instruction sessions focus on provincial hunting regulations, hunting safety, and hunting ethics. “We’re training the conservationists of tomorrow to re- spect safety, wildlife, habitat, and private property,” stated

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