Crosbie Wildlife & Nature Youth Center Welcomes Youth Hunters!
- To promote the highest ethical standards in hunting
- To give our youth an initial, positive, safe, educational, mentored hunting experience
- To instill in youth basic understanding of practical conservation measures
- To encourage wildlife habitat access, enhancement and management
- To learn how to hunt safely, legally and ethically
- To learn about proper game care management
- To appreciate nature first hand
- To spend quality time with family and friends
This project has been undertaken by the O’Brien County Conservation Board and the Crosbie family in memory of Calvin and Ted Crosbie and other Crosbie family members who came from a loving family that enjoyed spending time outdoors. Here you will find deer, wild turkey, pheasant, waterfowl and other small game. No trapping is allowed without specific permission.
Please see the following link for more on the rules & regulations associated with using the youth hunting area: Crosbie Brochure
Read more about the project in the following article:http://www.nwestiowa.com/news/late-man-s-dream-becoming-a-reality/article_e167a196-4d11-11e7-9018-7b8e27f93c29.html