Monday, 19 March 2012 09:10

Let's Go Outdoors TV, S01E06 03/25/2012

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Participants at the AHEIA Alford Lake Outdoor Youth camp Participants at the AHEIA Alford Lake Outdoor Youth camp

Stories featured this week include:

{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Youth_camp.png{/rokbox} Alford Lake Outdoor Youth Seminars
We meet the next generation of hunters, anglers and conservationists at this unique camp. As one parent puts it: this is a great alternative for the boys to playing video games in the basement!
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Delta.png{/rokbox} Conversation with Delta Waterfowl
President Rob Olson talks about how they are moving beyond their core research to working with landowners in new ways. He also makes a strong case for why hunters should stop being apologetic for the activity of hunting.
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Bear.png{/rokbox} The Bear Smart Program
This program aims to educate Albertans (both urban and outdoor enthusiasts) about being bear smart and bear aware. They goal is to prevent situations in bear surroundings but also to look at the proper tools for dealing with situations should they arise.
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Comfort.png{/rokbox} Comfort Camping and Sunset Tour
Elma enjoys a special sunset photography tour in the badlands, and the extra special surroundings of "comfort camping". This unique approach to camping in Alberta Parks is for those who want the camping experience without the ruggedness.
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Cabelas.png{/rokbox} Cabela's and the local outdoor community
We look at how the new Cabela's Edmonton store is getting involved with local outdoor and conservation groups.
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Camo.png{/rokbox} Outdoor Guide
Brad Fenson takes a look at the role camouflage plays out in the field, how animals perceive their environment, and the biggest mistake most people make. Plus - do we really need camo socks and underwear?
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/episode_6/Poacher.png{/rokbox} Report a Poacher Hotline
Ken Kranrod from the Alberta Conservation Association explains how this program is designed primarily as a crime-reporting line to provide a mechanism for public to report poaching activities they may see.


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