I mentioned this in a post a long time ago, but I wanted to give everyone the details. The seminar should be a ton of fun, so please come out and play. \:\)

On Tuesday, February 26 from 6:30-8:00 p.m., I will do a PowerPoint presentation at University School of Nashville as part of their highly successful Evening Classes program. The cost is only $20, and proceeds benefit student scholarships.

I’ll start at the beginner level and go all the way to advanced techniques. You’ll learn how to manipulate the camera, the surroundings, and especially specific species to get the most interesting game camera photos.

To Register

Under “700: Arts & Hobbies,” my class is #707, “Remote Game Cameras Made Easy.” After the class description, click “Register” and follow the prompts to sign up for the class.

I’m hoping to fill the room, so please pass this along to your friends, and come have some fun while supporting a great cause. There’s limited classroom space available, so please don’t wait if you want a spot.

Choosing a Trail Camera
Homebrew Cameras
Types of Flash
Camera Tips
Set-Up Tips for the Field
Using Baits and Scents
Photographing Whitetails
Bobcats, Foxes, Coyotes, Birds, etc.
Lots o Critter Photos

2013 will be the 20th year of the USN Evening Classes program. This major fundraising program is run under the umbrella of the University School of Nashville Association (USNA), the school's volunteer organization. All classes are led by volunteer instructors. The proceeds benefit need-based K-12 scholarships for USN students. Thank you for your support of USN Evening Classes.

It is not the killing ...; it is the contest of skill and cunning. The true hunter counts his achievement in proportion to the effort involved and the fairness of the sport.

Dr. Saxton Pope