Tracked Wheelchair Available For Use From North Dakota Game and Fish

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A disabled hunter wearing orange sits in a field in a tracked wheelchair. Photo credit: North Dakota Game and Fish

If you plan on using the tracked wheelchair for a hunting expedition be sure to plan ahead. It books up fast. Photo credit: North Dakota Game and Fish

 

 

 

 

 

 

We live in a region where hunting is a big deal.  Every year, we see more and more out-of-state plates flocking to North Dakota for our favorable waterfowl hunting.  We are fortunate to have an abundance of places to hunt here in North Dakota.  But what if you are in a wheelchair?  The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has a tracked wheelchair that is available for use free of charge. Check out this story. This is a great resource that helps people of all abilities to enjoy the rugged terrain in the great outdoors.  To reserve the tracked wheelchair you can call 701-328-6615.  Be sure to plan ahead, as this is quite popular.  The Marshall Convention & Visitors Bureau has an Actiontrack Chair that is available for use, and it is free as well. Check out this post. To reserve call 507-537-1865 or email infor@visitmarshallmn.com.  Also, just across the Red River in Moorhead, Minnesota Twist Of Fate provides accessible bow hunting excursions to anyone over the age of 14.

Freedom's Executive Director Nate Aalgaard sits in a hunting blind with a crossbow as he looks out the open flap. Photo credit: Freedom Resource Center

Much more than the thrill of the hunt. Getting outdoors can be therapeutic and help to reduce stress.  Freedom’s Executive Director Nate Aalgaard scans the field in a hunting blind at Twist of Fate. Photo credit: James Aalgaard

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