TEEN EVENT: Thursday, JANUARY 21st (open to ages 13-18)
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Check-in between 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
You MUST be registered to attend, no exceptions. Parents who attend must bring their own lunch.
The morning will offer career seminars on various outdoor careers such as biologists, veterinarians, wild animal capture and relocation, filming in the outdoors, and more.
During lunch, there will be a Keynote Speaker.
From 12:30-2:30, the students will be allowed try out outdoor activities from a variety of stations. Stations range from a variety of concepts offering participants a glimpse into different aspects of conservation, the shooting sports (archery, pellets, bb guns,air soft guns and laser shots), and the outdoors (tracking, animal hides, skulls, shells, antlers and horns to hold, touch and analyze, fly tying, and more).
Our last day of registration is 1/6/16 so we can pass on information to the Wild Sheep Foundation. They are providing each student with a free lunch (valued at $16). You must RSVP accurately, and please immediately notify NNHS.Activities@gmail.com if you must cancel. Parents must bring their own lunches.
RSVP with the NAME of the child AND the parent. Thanks. Sorry, no late registrations or walk-ins.
NOTE, IF YOU CAN NOT MAKE IT TO THURSDAY OR FRIDAY: Saturday the 23rd is open for all ages to enjoy (minus the career seminars). That is a free event open to families. Children of all ages will be able to enter drawings to win various prizes.
National Youth Wildlife Conservation Experience At the Sheep Show in Reno, NV (Reno-Sparks event center) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCc9qqhSbpo&feature=youtu.be