Capital Region BHA Squirrel Hunt and Clean Up
WHEN
September 12
Starting at 7:30am
WHERE
Idylwild Wildlife Management Area

0

DAYS

0

HOURS

0

MINUTES

0

SECONDS

0 Attending

Capital Region BHA Squirrel Hunt and Clean Up

Come join the Capital Region Chapter as we hike, hunt, and clean up Idylwild WMA on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Idylwild WMA provides almost 4,000 acres of hunting land and has several easy hiking trails.

This event is part of BHA’s Public Land Pack Out Challenge. Part of our annual Public Lands Month celebration, the Pack Out Challenge invites BHA members across North America to collect and pack out public land trash.

We will meet at 7:30AM at Idylwild WMA in Federalsburg, MD, and break off into small groups for the hunt/clean-up. Each group will be provided a trash bag to pick up trash. We will start the hunt by 8 AM and meet back at the parking area by 10:30AM. After the hunt we will clean up the parking area and depart by 11AM.

Folks should bring hunting equipment if participating in the squirrel hunt and are encouraged to bring gloves, a backpack, or anything else they might need for picking up trash.

We will meet in the parking area just north of Houston Branch at the intersection of Route 306 and Turner Road. See Map Below.

We will be taking special precautions at this event to follow coronavirus regulations and guidelines, including:

  1. Anyone that is not feeling well or is experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19 such as fever, shortness or breach or coughing/sneezing, or has been in contact with someone that has recently tested positive should not attend.
  2. All participants must bring a face mask. Face masks must be worn whenever a distance of at least 6 feet cannot be maintained.
  3. Attendees must follow both handwashing and coughing/sneezing etiquette. 

 

Can’t join us for this event, but want to support Public Land, Waters and Wildlife? Join BHA today or make a Donation!

Keep up with the Capital Region Chapter of BHA on Facebook, Instagram and on the Web.

 

Idylwild_Parking_Spot.jpg

WHEN
September 12, 2020 at 7:30am - 11am
WHERE
Idylwild Wildlife Management Area
CONTACT
Jonathan Matthews ·

Will you come?