This intense, five-day camp centers on the ecology of ducks and other water-birds that make their homes in North Dakota. The North Dakota Waterfowl Brigade motivates youth (ages 13-17) to become conservation ambassadors by learning the necessary skills to become the leaders of tomorrow. All you need is a desire to learn about hunting heritage, nature, and outdoor sciences. During the camp, participants will study aquatic vegetation, the importance of wetland ecosystems, waterfowl biology and flock dynamics, land and water stewardship, natural resource management, and how to identify waterfowl using all your senses. Becoming a conservation advocate is also accomplished with lessons on life-skills, such as working as a team, improved public speaking and communication, and leadership. There are also activities involving photography, journaling, and painting. Hunting skills, safety, and ethics are also covered. Come join us in our outdoor classroom nested along the Missouri River in Washburn, ND. Texas Brigades is a youth leadership development organization focused on leadership and conservation education. They aim to have conservation leaders in every community. Texas Brigades provides educational programming and leadership development through...

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