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Educating Albertans on the Importance of Protecting the Wildlife and Wild Places We All Love


Take a Stand for Conservation Education

The Alberta Hunter Education Instructors Association (AHEIA) is a not-for-profit organization that works to educate the public on the importance of protecting the places and wildlife cherished by Albertans. Join the AHEIA family and help us educate the public on the importance of conserving the wild for the generations of tomorrow.

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Help educate Albertans on the importance of protecting the places and wildlife we all cherish. The goal of Conservation Education is to “increase the level of public commitment to wildlife and fisheries conservation”.

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In Praise of an AHEIA Mentored Hunt

For many, the world of hunting is shrouded in a veil of camouflaged
mystery. Where do you go? When is the best time to go? How do you
prepare for a hunt? What do you do after the shot? How much camo gear do you need? These questions are intimidating and can discourage many people who have an interest in hunting from pursuing it further.

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2019 Outdoor Youth Seminar

To promote awareness of outdoor
recreational opportunities in Alberta, the Alberta Hunter Education
Instructors’ Association (AHEIA) held their 18th Annual Outdoor Youth Seminar in August. Designed for young outdoor aficionados
(ages 7 and up) and their parent(s) or guardian(s) the seminar is a
two-day event filled with fun and learning activities. Numerous experts shared information and instruction in various outdoor pursuits.

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AHEIA’s Rifle Sight-in Workshop

As ethical hunters, we must do everything we can to ensure that we harvest our game ethically and humanely. If there is a new hunter, we should do our best to make sure they are well prepared before going on a hunt.

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