Hilliardton Marsh Wildlife Location has installed a new observation/hunting blind for physically-challenged hunters.
The Kirkland District Game & Fish Protective Association (KDGFPA) constructed and paid for the structure, which replaces a comparable blind that fell into disrepair in 2015. In conjunction with the Kirkland Lake District Ministry of All-natural Sources and Forestry (MNRF), the association decided to take on the activity of constructing a new one particular.
Ministry personnel removed the old blind and the association’s members constructed the new structure in the time amongst waterfowl nesting and the fall hunt.
Club member John Ingram was project lead. He drafted a preliminary program which was reviewed, adjusted, and authorized by the ministry’s engineering division.
Ingram pre-fabricated the blind to reduce set-up time. Tom Woolings, the club’s secretary, co-ordinated with the contractor.
Association members and Kirkland Lake MNRF Companion Specialist, Lindsay McLean completed the blind in early September.
Hunting in Hilliardton Marsh Wildlife Location is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays of the waterfowl season. Hunters need to park in one particular of 10 designated spots at the Crick Road entrance.
Hunting guidelines and other needs of the region are posted close to the access point to the berm.
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