Tucson Hunting for Sustainability Recap

The fourth Annual Arizona Hunting for Sustainability (H4S) camp brought together new hunters, past participants, and mentors to chase quail, dove, and rabbits North of Tucson. Many of the new hunters harvested their first game while also learning about ethics, game processing, cooking, regulations, conservation, and advocacy. Several past participants attended and volunteered in the kitchen while also getting out in the field. Thanks to the many volunteers from BHA, Southern Arizona Quail Forever, Arizona Wildlife Federation, and AZGFD who made this year's H4S a huge success! Check out the images below to get a glimpse of this fantastic event and stay tuned for future opportunities to get afield with Arizona BHA. 

The group gathers around a sunset campfire to discuss ethics and fair chase. 

Gail hones her wingshooting skills with some trap. 

AZ BHA board member Don Haven preps breakfast on the Camp Chef. 

Participants Rajesh and Michael with their harvests. This mourning dove was Rajesh's first game bird and the Gambel's was Michael's second quail. 

This workshop was supported by Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation. Consider giving back by purchasing this specialty license plate.

About Wolf Gumerman

Wolf, an active user of public lands since he can remember, feels it is important to use his time and energy to protect these special landscapes and the wildlife and cultural resources they hold. AZ Board Member. Collegiate Club Advisory Board.