ALPINE BIRD CLUB
With the permission of the Alpine Hunting and Fishing
Club Board of Directors and under the direction of the Outdoor Sports
Committee, the Alpine Bird Club has been formed by a group of members who
have voluntarily contributed to purchase and release game birds in the AHFC
fields for training gun dogs and related sporting activities.
The Alpine Bird Club
is not intended to replace “put and take” hunts by Alpine Hunting and
Fishing Club members. Any AHFC
member continues to be allowed to conduct his own “put and take” hunt for
game birds by scheduling the hunt and properly reserving the use of the
fields with a notice posted in the Tack Room as explained above.
note that the prices for any birds harvested or wounded during the hunt
which are of a greater number or a different variety than the birds
“planted” for that hunt must be paid to the Alpine Bird Club. The
member in charge of each hunting party is personally responsible for
collecting all amounts due and reimbursing the Alpine Bird Club
for all game birds harvested or wounded.
Alpine Hunting and Fishing Club
members are permitted to hunt birds released by Alpine Bird Club.
Anyone who harvests or wounds one or more of the released game birds is
required to reimburse the Alpine Bird
Club. The schedule of prices is posted in the Tack
Room. Checks made payable to AHFC Outdoor Sports Committee
an amount based on the posted prices
should be deposited in the cash box located in the Tack Room. These
reimbursed funds will be used by the
Alpine Bird Club to purchase and release additional game birds.
We can make the Alpine
Bird Club plan work to our mutual
benefit, but only with your cooperation. Thank you and please enjoy a