4703 North 44th Street Lincoln
Explore Bowhunting is an educational program designed to teach students the basic skills of bowhunting. The Archery Trade Association created this program to spark an interest and passion for bowhunting in today’s youth. Through these hands-on experiences students gain confidence interacting with the natural environment and strengthen their appreciation for wildlife and the woods.
Explore Bowhunting activities teach how to recognize animal sign, build ground blinds, judge distances, make animal calls, and more. It’s designed to teach students how to feel comfortable in the outdoors whether the goal is to bowhunt, photo-graph wildlife, or interact with nature for any purpose.
This outdoor conservation education program focuses on interaction with people and wildlife. Explore Bowhunting teaches students how to interact with the natural world by developing basic skills used to bowhunt which focus on getting close to animals. Not only does Explore Bowhunting teach students how to interact with nature using ageless hunting skills, but it also teaches an appreciation of what is around them and enhances their encounters with the outdoors.
Explore Bowhunting’s audience is of middle and high school students 11-17; however this does not limit the use of the program. Adults would enjoy this curriculum.
$50.00 Per Participant.