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2015 Nebraska Youth Smallbore Silhouette Invitational
Sat. Sept. 26

This year’s annual Nebraska Youth Smallbore Silhouette Invitational will be held on Sat., Sept. 26 at the Pressey Wildlife Management Area.  This is a “free” competition, open to all youth age 11 years old or older who have successfully completed Hunter Education and who have not yet graduated from high school.  Proof of Hunter Education certification is required prior to being allowed to compete.  Shooters should bring either their Hunter Education card or certificate to show at registration. More Information>>


Outdoor Education Workshops and Events

Looking for one place that has all the upcoming outdoor education events listed in one location? Then visit the Outdoor Workshop Page.


Visit the
Lincoln Outdoor Education Center

 

Visit the Outdoor Heritage Education Complex



Learn More About Project Wild


OUTDOOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS


Explore Bowhunting

Contact: Jeff Rawlinson
for more information

Identify a white-tailed deer’s heavy track, mimic a wild turkey’s call. That’s Explore Bowhunting. Take cover in a makeshift blind at the edge of the woods. Still. Quiet. Every movement counts. That’s Explore Bowhunting. It’s a bow and arrow. It’s precision and confidence. It’s you and the outdoors. Read the Brochure>>


Aquatic Education Program

Aquatic Education Program is about water. It's about how fish live and what they need to survive. It's about learning to protect the precious water resources found in Nebraska's lakes and rivers. Aquatic education is about fun. It's about learning or teaching fishing skills. It's about enjoying fishing time with family and friends in Nebraska's great outdoors.
Visit the Aquatic Education Program Web Page


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