Wildlife Challenge


Through the Wildlife Challenge you can become an expert nature watcher! You will learn to tell the difference between types of fish and animals by learning about animal species. Nature is all around you—no matter if you live in the city or in the country. The Wildlife Challenge at the District and State level covers material found within five 4-H Natural Resources projects; Wildlife Habitat Education Program (WHEP), the Hunting & Wildlife Discipline in Shooting Sports, Entomology, Forestry, and Sportfishing.

Date: April 13th,2020
Place: Walker County Fair Association
3925 State Highway 30 W, Huntsville, TX 77340


Date: May 2, 2020
Location: Lone Star College – Montgomery Campus
3200 College Park Drive
Conroe, TX 77384-4500
Entry/Registration Deadline: March 25, 2020
Schedule: Tentative
Contest begins at 10:00 am

Texas 4-H Roundup Dates:
June 8-11, 2020
Registration: May 1 to 12,2020
Release of Contest and Guidelines: September 1, 2019
Release of Registration Packet April 1, 2020


Tree species for Wildlife Challenge
Insects Study List


· Identification –50 ID questions

· Decision Making  –Choose or demonstrate the best answers  to solve the issues with in the scenarios presented.

· Knowledge & Skills Assessment –Answer multiple choice questions and perform skills found within the five project areas.


2020 4-H Wildlife Challenge Description and Rules



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