Pheasant-hunt Invitational

December 2005
PN;Dec2005, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p66
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The article informs that the Minnesota Broken Wing Connection, a nonprofit organization, sponsors an upland game-bird hunt near Pine River, Minnesota, for people with physical disabilities. To qualify, applicants must establish proof of a physical disability that limits their ability to hunt upland birds or get into the outdoors. The event is free to the 15 participants and the companion each selects. Through donations and fund-raisers, the organization covers the cost of meals, lodging, birds, shells, skeet, and general operations.


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