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Megan Hilbish, who will be a
Kyle Pedersen, sons of Shaun and Amy Pedersen shown with Clint Bowyer took part
in the Clint Bowyer Youth and Deer Management Hunt hosted by Dave and Kim
Holland on January 1 and 2.
Picture…Young hunter Chase
Botkin, 13 from
This unlikely mixed bag was an exciting adventure for the young hunter and was the first deer he had ever harvested. Photo courtesy of Scott Irwin. Text by Phil Taunton
Nathan Eklund catchin a big one!
Students playing with Nathan's winnings,
standing left to right, Austin Jennings, Nathan Eklund, Melinda Heathman and
Hanna Berry. Seated, left to right, Lindsee Colglazier and Natasha VanGundy.
Fishing, and reeling in the enormous flip flop, is Savanna Chestnut. The
students are juniors at
Snakes were also on hand for kids to experience and learn about during Beau’s Day
Doug Cushenbery, left and Gib Rhodes with the Flint Hills Gobblers of the National Wildlife Turkey Federation were at Camp during the Appreciation Day to “Talk Turkey”.
Roger Carson with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation displays his
collection of antlers, horns and even an armadillo skin to kids taking part in
the Beau Arndt Outdoor Appreciation Day activities at
Besides being quite a turkey caller, Bryce Atchison shows he might also be a young Robin Hood.
What’s in Outdoor’s co-host Phil Taunton interviews a couple of young outdoor enthusiasts. Isaac Cushenbery in the middle and Bryce Atchison. Check out their live interview
Isaac Cushenbery learns the ins and outs, up and downs
concerning safe jet skiing during the Beau Arndt Outdoor Appreciation Day
Bryce Atchison on the Jet Ski
Pictures from Beau Arndt Outdoor Appreciation Day
· Interview with Isaac Cushenberry and Bryce Atchinson about events at the Beau Arndt Appreciation day and Bryce does a really good turkey call
The kids love the birds. Hopefully we can give a conservation message when we do such programs. I worry about the future of my little friend Bob. Please note the little hand reaching up to touch the quail. Picture by Tami Cushenbery
From a thank you note a parent sent to the FlintHills Gobbler’s NWTF committee. That about says it all and is why we do the things we do.
Phil- Hunter told my wife that his favorite session was the bird dogs! How can you beat having a chance to hold a live quail and have one flush right over your head at the age of 6?
I know you guys worked for months to make this event possible. As a parent, I can’t thank you enough.
Here for a special Photo Showcase of the 2011 JAKES event at
Click Here to read a story about the Pass it On-Outdoors Mentors program
Little Mern did an admirable job of
entertaining the kids at the State JAKES camp on Saturday. The length of those
legs and her ability to run is scary! Picture by
David Stuart 10 of
Thanks so much for letting me be a part of David's big 10th. birthday.
Your men had a big time and were a joy to have in the boat yesterday. We struggled for the first half, with uncooperative fish and wind. but thankfully the latter half was a huge success.
I'll bet you have a tuckered out 10 year old to get off to school today.
I could tell that Bob truly enjoyed his individual father/son time.
Last photo is PRICELESS indeed.
A fond remembrance when Bob is old and grey but might be a bit difficult for David to grasp at this early age.
Click Here for a story about this picture. Austin Anderson, 8 year old, son of Angela and Arnie Anderson enjoys hunting with his grandfather, Roger Wells
One of my most memorable moments while doing youth programs happened during the annual Keep it a Safe Summer KISS event at the Lyon County Fairgrounds. . A little girl was touching and playing with the tom turkey decoy. She would twirl the decoy around and would take off running ahead of it, like it was chasing her. She froze when I came up and thought she was in trouble for touching the decoy. I told her to go right ahead and do what she way doing. She was having so much fun. She spun the decoy and when she ran by me, I shook a gobbler call behind her. She jumped about 5 yards, stopped and looked back to see if the decoy was alive and took off running and giggling!
Young sharpshooter at the youth challenge
Peyton caught this fish and brought it to the boat all by himself using a Zebco 33 Classic rod and reel his great grandfather used to fish with. Can anyone tell me where the picture of my grandson Peyton was taken with me holding his “big cat fish?”
Kids with Quail
Hello Kids, my name is Bob White. English pointer Blue also wants to get in the act.