4-H Wildlife Education
Are your kids getting too much unproductive screen time? Then let's get outdoors! Learn about wildlife and their habitats.
These experiences train the next generation of land stewards about managing wildlife and forests on their property.
Interested in a wildlife-related career? Get involved in 4-H, meet wildlife biologists, and learn what professionals do.
4-H Wildlife Habitat Education Program & Practice Session
This flagship wildlife competition encompasses wildlife identification, foods and ecology concepts, interpreting satellite images, and wildlife management practices. Senior 4-Hers apply management practices, write a management plan as a team, and provide oral justifications of their plan.
4-H Food Plot Project
Learn how to prepare a food plot the proper way! There is no telling what may show up in your plot. Don't have a spot to plant? Contact your local county agent for suggestions. (Competing is optional.)
4-H Wildlife O-Rama
Stretch your knowledge by identifying wildlife and foods, and wildlife ecology concepts at District and State O-Rama's.
4-H Forestry Contest
Learn tree identification, measurements, and forest ecology at this annual competition.
4-H Shooting Sports
Junior and Senior participants learn gun and archery safety with opportunities to compete at state and national events. Contact your local county Extension office for more information.
Interested in becoming a wildlife professional? Examples include wildlife biologist, naturalist, interpreter, communications specialist, enforcement, researcher...... the options go on and on!