NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has announced a youth quail hunt next week in Middle Tennessee.
The event is for hunters ages 10-16. They must be accompanied by an adult, but the state agency, Music City Quail Forever and the Young Sportsman Foundation will provide mentors where needed.
Youth taking part must be hunter safety certified and hold appropriate licenses.
The hunt will be near Lynnville in Giles County on March 2.
The application is online at http://www.tnwildlife.org . More information by phone is available at (615) 390-8117, where adults can also volunteer as mentors.
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