DWR Press Release
Free seminars Sept. 20 and 21 in Richfield
Richfield – If you’d like to learn how to hunt waterfowl and upland game in Utah, two wildlife biologists—who are also avid hunters—are ready to show you how.
Blair Stringham and Jason Robinson will share their expertise at two free seminars in Richfield. The seminars will be held Sept. 20 and Sept. 21 at the City Park, 300 N. Main St.
The seminars run from 6 to 8 p.m. both days. Geese, ducks, forest grouse, chukar partridge and quail are among the species you’ll learn to hunt.
“Hunters of all ages and experience levels are encouraged to attend,” says Heather Talley, regional wildlife recreation specialist for the Division of Wildlife Resources. “This will be a family friendly event.”
Stringham, migratory game bird coordinator for the DWR, will discuss waterfowl hunting on Sept. 20. Robinson, DWR upland game coordinator, will present on Sept. 21.
Talley says both of the coordinators are incredibly knowledgeable.
“They both completed masters degrees while working with sage grouse,’” she says, “and both worked as field biologists before attaining their current positions as statewide coordinators over Utah’s waterfowl and upland game programs. They have a vast amount of knowledge to share about where to hunt, how to hunt different species, how to call various waterfowl and upland game birds, and much, much more.”
In addition to all you’ll learn, refreshments will be available. Door prizes will also be given away to those who attend.
To register for the event, or for more information, call Talley at 435-868-8756.