Learn to Hunt Deer Series Effective Use of Tree Stands
May 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This series offers a dynamic line-up of presentations and materials curated by the New Hill Hunter Education and Mentoring Program, covering a wide variety of topics to guide new deer hunters from scouting to processing. The series is hosted and moderated by North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) in conjunction with its South Wake Conservationists (SWC) chapter.
In this presentation, you will learn effective use of tree stands, including the pros and cons of tree stand options, and how to use the safety equipment that may one day save your life.
Pat O’Donnell is a passionate sportsman, mentor and wildlife educator in North Carolina for years. An avid archer and trapper, Pat has actively sought every opportunity to engage others in the outdoors and hunting sports. Beyond common big and small game species and methods, Pat enjoys hunting alligator and bow fishing. He traps for both pelts and to support wildlife remediation efforts. As an active member of the NC Bowhunters Association, he is certified to support both depredation and urban deer management initiatives. Pat is also an accomplished dog trainer. As an active mentor serving the New Hill Hunter Education and Mentoring Program Pat is credited with launching the hunting careers of dozens of new hunters.