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Quest For A Hunting Future

On a dreadfully hot summer night in July, I carefully aligned and tightened my vest. No, this wasn’t a suit vest, shooting vest or even a hunting vest. It was a bullet proof vest. Mandatory protective wear for spending a night shift on the streets with the Lancaster City Police. Over the course of the next eight hours, I stood side to side with the officers of the police force as they navigated through a full measure of typical activity that included accidents, shots fired, Continue reading Quest For A Hunting Future


SCI Mojave Youth Hunt Draws Huge Participation

A total of 59 junior hunters, including 13 girls, participated in the 2017 SCI Mojave Youth Quail Hunt, surpassing last year’s number by 25 percent.  Total attendance including families, guides and volunteers was 235. Continue reading SCI Mojave Youth Hunt Draws Huge Participation

Game On

Organized youth hunts are great ways to introduce youth the to total experience of hunting.

Two years ago, hunting for me was a hobby that my dad loved, and that was it. I never understood his passion for hunting, and couldn’t understand why he was so intrigued by anything and everything that involved hunting. Thankfully, that Continue reading Game On

Mojave Youth Hunt 2016 Report: A Total Success!

mojave-youth-hunt-hunter-and-guide-112916After months of preparation, taking reservations, ordering supplies and coordinating vendors, the big day for the Mojave Youth Hunt arrived. First on the scene was Water for Wildlife volunteers who arrived on Wednesday to canvas the area and make Continue reading Mojave Youth Hunt 2016 Report: A Total Success!