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Saturday, August 17, 2019

PUBLIC IS INVITED TO WATCH BIRD DOG CHALLENGE IN JOHNSONBURG ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7

Kane Pa.: The Allegheny Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) is once again offering its popular “bird dog challenge” for bird dogs and their owners in North Central Pennsylvania on Saturday, September 7. This year, the Allegheny Chapter is opening the event up to spectators so they can watch good dogs work and see the bird flights. The bird dog challenge will be held at the Rolfe Beagle Club in Johnsonburg, Pa., at 1016 Long Level Road. Registration will be limited to 14 bird dogs only so the quality of the event can be kept at a high level for all of the dogs and their owners.

In addition to now opening the chukar challenge up to spectators, the RGS committee is also going to be offering prizes from Lion Country Supply, gift cards for birds, and the popular “Vegas birds”. Come on out and enjoy watching good dogs in action! The dogs will be in action from about 8:00 a.m. to around 11:00 a.m. Lunch will be served.

All entries must be received by Tuesday, September 3, in order to be registered for the bird dog challenge. Submit your name, phone number, email address, and the name of your dog, breed, and whether or not it is a pointer or flusher, to Mary Hosmer at 1016 Long Level Road, Johnsonburg, PA 15845. You may also register by e-mail at wlhab@windstream.net.

All levels of dogs are welcome as this is a FUN challenge. E-collars are permitted. All dog owners, handlers, and watchers in the field must wear “Hunter Orange” clothing.

The Ruffed Grouse Society was founded in 1961 to promote and increase awareness of young forest management and to maintain suitable habitat that supports healthy populations of ruffed grouse, woodcock, deer and many songbird species that depend on forest diversity to survive and prosper.

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