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2014 Summer Schedule NOW AVAILABLE
Little Critter Day Camp
July 29, 30, 31
Outdoor Skills Camp
June 9-13
or August 18-22

Wildlife Conservation
Skills Camp
June 2 - 6 or June 23-27

Women's Hunter Education
August 15-16

 
Little Critter Day Camp

These 3 separate day camps are put on by the Boone and Crockett Club’s Anderson Conservation Education Program at the Rsmuson Wildlife Conservation Center on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch, west of Dupuyer, Montana, at the Foot of the Rocky Mountain Front.

Enjoy time outdoors while learning about wildlife, fishing, and hiking
Offering 3 one-day camps 6 to 9 year olds. Parents are welcome to attend with younger campers. Equipment and supplies are covered. Please bring a sack lunch.

When: July 29th, 30th, and 31th, 2014
Who: Youth ages 6 -9 years
Camp Limit: 12 campers

Cost: $35/day/camper
Scholarships are available.

For more information or to register call 406/472-3311 or email

Download the Little Critter Day Camp registration form here

Camps fill quickly so get your registration in as soon as possible!

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OUTDOOR SKILLS CAMP


Camps fill quickly so get your registration in as soon as possible!

These 5-day residential camps are held at Boone and Crockett Club’s Anderson Conservation Education Program on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch west of Dupuyer, Montana, on the east slope of the Rocky Mountain Front.

Do you want to learn basic outdoor skills, such as knot tying, fly tying, shooting sports, campfire building, journaling and tracking skills? Campers will use digital cameras, GPS units, maps and compass to gather and analyze their experiences on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch and adjacent public lands.

Primary goals of this camp are:

1) To develop an understanding, awareness and appreciation for the great outdoors of Montana's Rocky Mountain Front and the importance of conservation and natural resources and;  

2) To provide an opportunity for youth to gain a variety of outdoors skills on private and public lands.

When: June 9th -13th or August 18th-22nd, 2014
Who: Youth ages 11 -13 years
Camp Limit: 14 campers

Cost: $450 (includes the $100 deposit to reserve spot in camp; balance is due no later than first day of camp)
Scholarships are available.
  • Camp Registration and Check-in: 3p.m. Day 1
  • Camp Closing Ceremony: 3:00 p.m. Day 5

    For more information or to register call 406/472-3311 or email

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Wildlife Conservation Skills Camp

 

 


Camps fill quickly so get your registration in as soon as possible!

This 5-day residential camp is held at the Boone and Crockett Club’s Anderson Conservation Education Program on the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch, west of Dupuyer, Montana, on the east slope of the Rocky Mountain Front.

Learn more advanced outdoor skills – shooting sports, camping, fishing, wilderness survival, wildlife management techniques.
All equipment, supplies, meals and lodging are covered in the camp fee

When: June 2nd - 6th, & June 23rd - 27th, 2014
Who: Youth ages 14 -18 years
Camp Limit: 14 campers

Cost: Cost: $450 (includes the $100 deposit to reserve spot in camp; balance is due no later than first day of camp)
Scholarships are available.
  • Camp Registration and Check-in: 3p.m. Day 1
  • Camp Closing Ceremony: 3:00 p.m. Day 5

For more information or to register call 406/472-3311 or email

 

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WOMEN'S HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE
THEODORE ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL RANCH

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The Eighth Annual Women’s Hunter Education Course is set for August 15th & 16th, 2014; 10 miles west on the Boone and Crockett Club's Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch at the Elmer E. Rasmuson Wildlife Conservation Center. Course begins Friday evening and concludes Saturday late afternoon.

This course is organized and taught by Montana Hunter Education Instructors and is cosponsored with Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.

Course includes alunch for participants and instructors. Overnight lodging and meals is $75. All course equipment and Montana Hunter Education manual is provided. Participants are required to read the entire Hunter Education manual and take each chapter quiz prior to taking the course.
 
Topics for the course include:

  • Wildlife Conservation and Hunting Ethics
  • Hunting Laws and Regulations
  • Firearms and Firearms Instruction
  • Preparing for a Hunt
  • Target Shoot with a shotgun and rifle
  • Identify Montana Wildlife

Participants take the hunter education test at the end of the course to receive certification. The test for certification as a Hunter in Montana and test review is included at the closing of the day.

When: August 15th - 16th, 2013
Who: Women 18 years and older
Course Limit: 25 women

Course Cost: Free
(all course materials, equipment and ammunition)

Lodging/Meals Cost: $75


For more information or to register call 406/472-3311 or email

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