More than 300 primary school students took part in the finale of the ‘Hunting and Nature’ program in Extremadura

The municipality of Alange has once again hosted a new edition of the school meeting ‘Hunting and Nature’ Program Promoted by the Extremadura Hunting Federation. More than 300 primary school students from Extremadura enjoy a morning session outside the classroom Learn about nature, conservation and ecosystems Promotion of sports and physical activity in the field.

School children have the opportunity to participate in recreational activities such as survival techniques, archery, a craft workshop or a cooking workshop with game meat, and some hunting modalities such as falconry, podenco or burrowing dogs. Got a chance to learn about them firsthand. jose maria gallardoThe President of FEDEXCAZA highlights that “the students spent the whole day very entertaining and fun related to hunting.”

Participating centers include CEIP San Jose (Calamonte), CEIP Camilo Hernandez (Correa), CEIP Gregoria Colado (Jarías de la Vera), CEIP Ntra. Mrs. De los Remedios (Hornachos), San José de Calasanz (Fuente del Maestre). , CRA Almenara (Torre de Don Miguel), CRA Riscos de Villavieja (Casas del Castañar) and CEIP María Lluch (Torrecillas de la Tiesa). The local school CEIP Cervantes has also participated as a guest.

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About the ‘Hunting and Nature’ program

‘Hunting and Nature’ project is a Initiative taken in PROADES (Promotion and Help for School Sports), promoted by the Junta de Extremadura and the Higher Sports Council and included within JUDEX (Extremadura Sports Games).

Its objective is to bring Extremadura school children closer to the reality of nature and its values, to expose them to the environment and to make them aware of the importance of preserving our ecosystems while promoting sports and outdoor activities.

The program is divided into two phases: The first phase in which the victim goes through the activity visits to schoolsand another second step in which a large outdoor school assembly with various participating schools. this course has reached more than a thousand students the primary school in the area your child attended eighth edition,

The Extremadura Hunting Federation thanks the local hunters’ society ‘La Alangena’, the Alangez Town Hall, the AMPA of the CEIP Cervantes and all the collaborators who make this meeting possible for their work in favor of promoting nature and the environment among the little ones Are.

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