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ND Hunting Services for People with Disabilities

Fall is here and that means hunting season for many citizens in North Dakota! For people with disabilities, there are a number of great services to embark upon hunting experiences of a lifetime. The below links and summaries lead to information for the ND Game and Fish Department along with a number of other organizations. So check them out, and get after those birds and deer!

 

North Dakota Game and Fish Department

Tracked Wheelchair ~ Available at no charge for use at the Outdoor Wildlife Learning Center, sponsored field events, or approved groups / organizationsTracked Wheelchair

Shooting from Stationary Motor Vehicle ~ Permit allows the ability to shoot wildlife from a stationary motor vehicle on private land

Crossbow Permit ~ Allows the permittee to hunt game with crossbow instead of long bow

 

Organizations

Twist of Fate ~ Bow hunt for physically challenged hunters

Sporting Chance ~ Outdoor recreational activities for people with disabilities

Wounded Warriors Guide Service ~ Outdoor opportunities for veterans who have been wounded

Injured Military Wildlife Project of ND ~ Hunting and fishing opportunities for military personnel injured in the line of duty

 

Sporting Chance Pheasant Hunt

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