DWR Press Release
Cedar City — If you’re a woman, and you’d like to learn how to shoot a bow and arrow, you’re invited to a free archery clinic on April 29.
And, if you have a daughter who’s 12 years of age or older, she’s invited too.
The Division of Wildlife Resources and The National Wild Turkey Federation are offering the free clinic. It will be held at the DWR’s Southern Region office, 646 N. Main St. in Cedar City. The clinic runs from 10 a.m. to noon.
At the clinic, you’ll learn how to shoot targets with a bow and arrow. You’ll also learn about the gear needed to hunt with a bow and arrow and techniques that will help increase the success you find hunting wildlife in the field.
In addition to the information you’ll receive, you’ll have a chance to shoot arrows at both bull’s-eye and 3D targets.
“A question-and-answer session will also be held,” says Heather Talley, regional wildlife recreation specialist for the DWR, “and you might even win a prize.”
To register for the clinic, or for more information, call Talley at 435-868-8756.