Young shots and their parents will be able to take part in a unique wildfowling experience in Scotland next month.
The BASC Young Shots and Parent/Guardian Wildfowling Course will take place on 16 January at Maidland Farm in Wigtown, in association with the Wigtown Bay Wildfowling Club.
The young shots and their parents/guardians will have the opportunity to learn about decoying, quarry identification, gun safety and participate in an evening flight. The course costs £80 per pair and both parties must have a valid shotgun certificate.
BASC Scotland’s training and events officer, Donald Muir, said: “In the past, the parents and guardians of our young shot members have shown a great interest in participating in our Young Shots wildfowling events so this is the perfect opportunity for them to learn about and take part in wildfowling with the youngsters.”
For more information about the course please contact BASC Scotland on 01350 723226.