Youth Hunter Education Challenge
Practice Test Questions and Additional Challenge Information
The archery component is comprised of 10 three-dimensional animal targets. Scoring will be based on the Archery Shooters Association scoring system. Largest circle = 8; next largest circle = 10; small, bottom circle inside the 10 ring = 12. This is to demonstrate the effective shot placement on an animal.
The Air-rifle component is comprised of 10 shots at 10 yards. Shooters will shoot two shots at each approved position listed in Georgia's Hunter Education Guide Book, Today's Hunter. Shooters will then choose their preferred position, as listed in Today's Hunter, to shoot an additional two shots. Targets will be bull's-eye targets. Shots must be taken at the following positions: prone, standing, sitting, kneeling.
The Safety Trail Challenge is comprised of 6 locations where participants have to decide if they can safely shoot. The maximum number of points for this challenge is 60. Participants will write "yes" or "no" on their score sheets. Some examples:
The Orienteering component is comprised of six spots (flagged) that participants have to take bearings on and write down the degrees. Compasses are used for taking the bearings.
The Wildlife Identification component is comprised of 20 items (hides, skulls, pictures, tracks, etc.) that participants have to identify. All animals are located in Georgia. It is important to know both game and nongame animals within the state as outdoorsmen and women. Practice identifying the animals, tracks or pelts in the photos below:
The Responsibility Exam component is comprised of 30 questions participants have to answer. Try out some sample test questions below (True or False):
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