Annual mentored waterfowl hunt: Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area

An annual mentored hunt held at Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area (NWA).

Description

The Annual Mentored Waterfowl Hunt is designed for adults who are interested in learning to hunt for the connection to nature and the food that hunting provides. Most are beginners who have no hunters in their circle of family and friends who could otherwise get them started.

The mentored hunt is a two-day experience. The focus is on ethical, on-foot, up-close-to-nature experiences, and enjoying locally-sourced food.

Classroom sessions may include:

Outdoor sessions may include:

Recent mentored hunts

Mentored hunt 2018

The Second Annual Mentored Hunt on September 15-16, 2018 was a great success. Despite rain and a very early morning, mentors had an excellent experience with their new-to-hunting participants. A smaller group allowed for more one-on-one mentorship, and extra time for each activity. As is the nature of hunting, they did not get as many waterfowl as the previous year. However, the experience of observing wildlife in its purest form paired with the amazing attitudes of the participants made it worth it. Another triumphant hunt with some happy hunters.

2018 Mentored Hunt group photo
2018 Mentored hunt group photo

Mentored hunt 2017

The First Annual Mentored Hunt on September 16-17, 2017 was a roaring success. There was amazing weather, they got a good number of waterfowl, and learned so much. The participants filled out some feedback, and the only “negative” comment was that they wished the event were longer. The intended message and attitude came across strongly, and the new waterfowl hunters walked away with confidence. This was great experience, and the mentors could not stop grinning about how well this went.

2017 Mentored hunt group photo
2017 Mentored hunt group photo

For more info on how to participate in the Annual Mentored Hunt, see contact information.

Costs, schedule, and accommodations

When you contact us, we will provide you an information package that includes:

The annual event takes place in September each year. Space is limited so contact well in advance.

There is a small fee for this event, and you are responsible for covering the costs of:

We can provide a variety of options available to you for the overnight stay.

When you sign up you will be asked to provide scans of certificates and licenses. Failure to do so will forfeit your spot to the next person on the list. You will also need to bring these to the event. If you do not bring them, you will be unable to participate in some activities.

You will also be required to sign a liability form upon arrival.

Hunter’s Safety is required for you to obtain the hunting license and bird stamp, so you do not need to provide a copy of this. There is a possibility of a Canadian Firearms Safety Course and a Hunter’s Safety Course being offered locally in the weeks leading up to this event.

Let us know if you do not have a firearm. We may be able to source one for you. If we do, you will have to pay an additional fee for ammunition.

The cooler and ice packs will allow you to take your dressed and prepared game birds home with you, to share with your family and friends.

Contact us

Phone: 306-914-0435

Email: alexandra.dunleavy@canada.ca

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