Tulsa Bird Dog Association Presents the 2016 Youth Outdoor Expo

The 2016 Youth Outdoor Expo is free and open to all youth and those adults with little or no experience. The event is a hands-on opportunity provided by the Tulsa Bird Dog Association, a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to outdoors education and promoting fishing and hunting in Northeast Oklahoma. Participants can learn how to shoot rimfire rifles, shotguns, archery and BB Guns from Oklahoma game wardens and other local outdoor clubs for free!

Youth Outdor Expo 2016 Promo from Shane Bevel on Vimeo.


• August 13th, 8 a.m to 2 p.m.

• Free and open to the public.

• ODWC Clay Target Shooting and Tree Stand Safety

• Polaris ATV Safety Booth/Mini-Classes

• Tulsa Archery Association/Archery Outpost Range

• Snake Expert with Live Snakes

•The Nature Conservancy

• Bill’s Sporting Goods .22 Rimfire Range

• Tulsa Fly Fishers Fishing Pond

• NE Oklahoma Beekeeping Association

• Free Lunch for All Participants

• Daisy Red Rider BB Gun Competition


All firearms, ammo, ear and eye protection will be supplied at no charge. Participants under 18 must have a

liability waiver signed by a parent. All adult shooters must sign a liability waiver.

For more information and to download a copy of the required waiver please click here.

Questions? Call Nellie Garrett 314-276-3291 or Shane Bevel at 940-206-3572 or Bob Dorn 918-352-8888

On the Grounds of Tulsa Gun Club
(Located 1/2 mile west of Mingo Road
on 56th Street North/Mowhawk Blvd)Screen-Shot-2014-03-05-at-10.07.23-PM


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