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DE Sets Waterfowl Hunting For Kids And Disabled

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DOVER, Del. - The state has designated a special waterfowl hunting day for children and non-ambulatory disabled hunters.
    
Hunting on public and private land will be permitted Dec. 8 for hunters ages 10 through 15 and non-ambulatory disabled hunters.
    
Young hunters must be accompanied by a licensed or exempt hunter over age 21. The children must also be of sufficient physical size and strength to safely handle a firearm.
    
Hunters age 13 through 15 must have completed a hunter education course, possess a certification card and buy a junior hunting license.
    
Normal limits and duck hunting regulations apply.

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