North Central Illini Quail and Upland Game Alliance – April 7th, Flemish American Club, Kewanee, IL . Social Hour 5:30, Dinner 6:30 and Auction 7:30
Check it out!! Are you wanting to become a member of your local QUGA chapter? Are you wanting to attend the 1st annual NCIC-QUGA banquet? If you answered yes, we appreciate you, you can find this printable form at qugancic.com. Click the upcoming event tab, find the form, print it off, fill it out, and mail ...
Come to the Hamilton and Wayne County banquet and support the NEW South Central Illinois Quail and Upland Game Alliance – QUGA. A family fun night for all ages, auctions, raffles, guns and of course great food!
Labor Union Hall
Address: 109 W Market St, McLeansboro, IL
Doors open at 5:00 PM
3 Gun Raffle:
BROWNING SILVER 12 GA
RUGER AMERICAN PREDATOR 22-250
RUGER LCP 380 PISTOL
$10 OR 3 FOR $20
A Pollinator Seminar will be hosted in Lawrence County on February 20th at 10:00a.m. concluding with lunch at noon. This event is completely free and open to the public. Topics discussed will be pollinator programs through the USDA, history of the Quail and Upland Game Alliance, an overview of round stone native seed and harvesting, and planting seed. This event will take place at Havoline Hall, 715 12th Street, Lawrenceville, IL. Registrations are ...
Welcome North Central Illini Chapter to the
Quail and Upland Game Alliance (QUGA) Covey!
QUGA is proud to announce North Central Illini Chapter has been added to QUGA with the goal to influence natural habitat, educational youth experiences in conservation and wildlife management in Illinois!
The “North Central Illini Chapter – QUGA” representing Henry County and surrounding counties in Illinois. President Chad Winter stated, “I have always had a passion for wildlife, deer and birds in particular. This passion has fostered my ...
The Hunter Recruitment Program provides FREE education and training workshops to teach ADULT participants how to hunt deer, turkey, squirrels, pheasants, ducks, geese and other game. Waterfowl and terrestrial game workshops are open to individuals who have not previously hunted those species. QUGA is proud to be a sponsor of more involvement in conservation efforts.
Advanced registration is REQUIRED to participate in workshops. Click on the link ...
QUGA – Seed leaving the warehouse this morning heading out to be planted at nearby state parks. Donating seed for food plots just another way QUGA is helping improve habitat. Contact Jerry Johnson at 812.536.2272 for order or pick up of our food plot mixes featuring corn, beans, wheat, milo and sunflowers.