QDMA hosted students from the Clemson University Women’s Hunting class for their first turkey hunt at the Puckett Homestead, QDMA’s education and outreach property located in South Carolina. Led since 2008 by QDMA member and Level I Deer Steward Susan Guynn, the Leisure Skills class is one of Clemson’s hunting courses that are, to Susan’s knowledge, unique in the nation.
Seven of the 17 women enrolled in this semester’s course participated in the April 26 turkey hunt, guided by Susan, Dr. David Guynn (a QDMA Life Member, Board Member, and Clemson faculty member), and Hubert Cox (Clemson’s rifle instructor). Though no shots were fired, the photo above shows that the students had a great time! Previously this semester, students went on a rabbit hunt and a coon hunt, both in February. A planned squirrel hunt was snowed out.
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