Deer hunting is a time-honored tradition across the Midwest. However, without the proper safety equipment and procedures, deer season can be a time of tragedy. Dr. David Ciresi, of Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire, presents this video on how to keep yourself safe while tracking that big buck (or doe).
This short hunter safety video provides tips about how wearing the right amount and kind of blaze orange can keep you safe in the field. To see more videos and take a state-approved hunter safety course for your state, visit www.hunter-ed.com.
At some point or another, you'll probably get stopped by an officer out in the field. Know the steps to safely unload and respond to the officer. They will appreciate it! Learn more about conservation officers, and the importance of their jobs at www.hunter-ed.com.
ODWC's hunter education curriculum is offered completely online and individuals 10 years and older can take the online course and become hunter education certified. In an effort to make the online curriculum as educational, informative and entertaining, ODWC produced videos have been created and included throughout the course.
In this episode, we discuss a wide variety of firearm safety topics, such as action types, firearm carries, crossing the fence situations, hunter orange usage, upland game hunting and big game hunting scenarios.
This episode will not only be a great tool for potential hunter education students, but also a great refresher for viewers who hunt or plan to hunt and operate firearms in the field.