A great line-up of seminar/workshop topics and speakers is scheduled for the Pope and Young Club’s Convention in Minnesota:

Wednesday, April 6th
          2:00pm          Glassing for Trophy Animals, by Duwane Adams
          4:00pm          The Humorous and Dangerous Sides of Bowhunting, by Fred Eichler

Thursday, April 7th
          1:00pm          Travel Tips for Bowhunters, by Pat Lefemine
          3:00pm          Field Care of Hides/Capes/Meat, by Barry Smith
          3:00pm          Bowhunting with Independence, by a Panel of Women Bowhunters

Friday, April 8th
          1:30pm          The Digital Age of Photography, by Bill Kinney
          1:30pm          Workshop:  Map and Compass Skills, by Dave Doran
          3:00pm          Survival Myths and Misconceptions, by Peter Kummerfeldt
          3:00pm          Bowhunting Alaska on Your Own, by Ed Schlief
          4:30pm          Calling All Critters, by Wayne Carlton
          4:30pm          P&Y Conservation in Action:  Jaguar Recovery, by Ron Thompson

Saturday, April 9th
          11:00am        Bowfishing 101, by the Land of Lakes Bowfishing Assn.
          11:00am        The Magic of Cast Iron Cooking, by Guy Perkins
          11:00am        Workshop:  Elk Bugling, by Wayne Carlton
          4:30pm          The Science of Scent Control, by Gary Reed
          4:30pm          Surviving a Wilderness Emergency, by Peter Kummerfeldt

          Friday (several times)          Foundations of Wildlife Conservation, by Mike Schlegel
          Friday, 3:00pm          Arrow Building, by Dale Voice
          Saturday, 2:00pm    Arrow Building, by Dale Voice

Those listed as workshops are limited to a certain number of attendees, with a sign-up sheet at the Convention Registration table.

For up-to-date convention agenda, as well as seminar descriptions and speaker bios, visit the convention section of the Club’s website:

28th Biennium Pope & Young Club Convention
50th Anniversary Celebration
April 6-9, 2011
Mayo Civic Center
Rochester, Minnesota