Free Deer Hunting Seminars Held Statewide in September

By / Fishing / Tuesday, 09 August 2016 04:00

RALEIGH, N.C. (Aug. 3, 2016) — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and the Quality Deer Management Association are offering seven deer hunting seminars across the state in September.
The free seminars, which will be held from 6 to 8:30 p.m., are designed for new and experienced hunters. Topics will include deer biology, hunting methods and equipment, as well as field care of deer, processing and easy-to-follow recipes. Pre-registration is required and participants must register online.  
A question-and-answer session, along with a brief overview of hunter R3 (recruitment, retention and re-activation) initiatives, will conclude each seminar.
Dates and locations are:
• Sept. 6 - Bass Pro Shops, Cabarrus County 8181 Concord Mills Blvd., Concord, N.C. 28027 GPS coordinates: 35.367147, -80.718964
• Sept. 12 - Mountain Horticulture Crops Research and Extension Center, Buncombe County 45 Research Drive, Mills River, N.C. 28759 GPS coordinates: 35.424879, -82.560748
• Sept. 13 - N.C. State University Engineering Building II (EBII), Wake County Classroom 1025 3114 Engineering Building II 890 Oval Drive, Raleigh, N.C. 27606 GPS coordinates: (35.772173, -78.674353)
• Sept. 19 - Forsyth County Extension Center, Forsyth County 1450 Fairchild Road, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27105 GPS coordinates: (36.128816, -80.225864)
• Sept. 20 - Cumberland County Extension Center, Cumberland County 301 E. Mountain Drive, Fayetteville, N.C. 28306 GPS coordinates: 35.012639, -78.893928
• Sept. 21 - N.C. Bowhunters Club House, Guilford County 6053 Rock Quarry Rd., McLeansville, N.C. 27301 GPS coordinates: (36.117645, -79.621775)
• Sept. 29 - Brunswick County Extension Center, Bldg. N Brunswick County 25 Referendum Dr., Bolivia, N.C. 28422 GPS coordinates: (34.056713, -78.165797)
 “The expanding, statewide seminar series is an effort to increase awareness of wildlife-associated recreational opportunities, help the NCWRC better understand barriers to participation and continually improve the seminar series through attendee feedback,” said Walter “Deet” James, the Commission’s hunting heritage biologist.
This is the second year in a row the Commission has partnered with QDMA on the deer hunting seminars — and is one of many ways the non-profit conservation organization works to ensure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and hunting heritage.
“Part of QDMA’s mission is to ensure the future of hunting,” said Rick Counts, QDMA regional director. “To reach the hunting public, we participate in educational seminars, conduct field days and hold fundraisers throughout the year.” To learn more about QDMA initiatives and activities, visit For more information on the seminars, contact James at 919-707-0059 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Visit  and click on the “What to Hunt” link for information about deer and deer hunting in North Carolina.


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