As a thank you to volunteers who have gone above and beyond we are hosting a small event that we then hope to open to all membership!
Reawakening our innate senses through conscious hunting and gathering.
Explore the why, what, where, when, and how of hunting. Why hunting is potentially important in your life; what the minimum requirements are in terms of gear, time, and skill; where the hunting opportunities are in Washington state, when the best times are to go and understanding the seasons and regulations; how to get ready for the upcoming season.
After a presentation and some dialogue with Q and A, sample a few bites of wild elk or venison (prepared on site) with a cold beer or glass of wine or whiskey.
Founder of Human Nature Hunting and lead instructor, Bruce McGlenn has over 30 years of bird and big game hunting experience in the Pacific Northwest. He was introduced to the ways of hunting from atop his father's shoulders at age three during bird hunting trips in eastern Washington. Primarily a deer and elk hunter, he also hunts antelope and caribou as well as waterfowl, upland birds, and turkey.
A third generation hunter/gatherer of the Northwest, Bruce has been teaching introductory hunting and shooting classes with the non-profit Washington Outdoor Women since 2001 and has been a fly fishing and a whitewater rafting guide. He is a certified Master Hunter and shooting instructor, holds a Master’s degree in sustainable business and is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Washington.
Bruce is a committed steward of the land and wildlife, primarily due to his understanding and appreciation of our ecosystem from engaging in it as a participant - a hunter. He views his role as a healer as much as a guide or instructor.
More info at: www.HumanNatureHunting.com