Wednesday, 17 April 2013 11:27

Let's Go Outdoors TV, S02E13 05/05/2013

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Season Two - Episode 13 - Final Episode this season!

Stories featured this week include:


Duck hunting with Dad
Josh Kranrod goes duck hunting for the very first time with his father and friends. In spite of the blustery day, they have a great time at the Golden Ranches conservation site just east of Edmonton.


Cooking with wild game
After a successful duck hunt, Josh joins Michael in the kitchen to prepare some sizzling waterfowl treats. Biologist Linda Zimmerling also shares her favorite duck recipe with an appreciative audience.


Sensory Safari
Through an inspiring program at the Royal Alberta Museum, visually impaired children and their families have an opportunity to get up close and personal with animals from Alberta and beyond. The annual Sensory Safari is organized by Safari Club International, CNIB and the Royal Alberta Museum.

{rokbox}images/stories/TV/Ep_13_2013/Life_jacket.jpg{/rokbox} Staying afloat
Alberta Parks and the Alberta Life Saving Society have a new program called "Kids Don't Float". The initiative is to encourage parents to put life jackets on any children under the age of seven, whenever they are playing in the water (whether lakes or rivers).

Pheasant in rich plum sauce - yum!
Back to the kitchen where Michael and Josh cook up some upland game birds that were harvested earlier in the year at the Taber Pheasant Festival.

{rokbox}images/stories/TV/Ep_13_2013/tent.jpg{/rokbox} Outdoor Guide - setting up your ice fishing tent
Brad Fenson talks about using ice-fishing tents to stay warm and give yourself a site advantage when fishing on frozen lakes.
{rokbox}images/stories/TV/Ep_13_2013/chicks.jpg{/rokbox} City Slickers - learning where food comes from
Each year some 1200 urban kids go through a program to introduce them to farm life. "City Slickers" is about reconnecting with the land, creating awareness of rural occupations and how food is produced - before it ends up in the grocery store and on our plates.


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