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Get your Nebraska outdoor law and regulation questions ready for Conservation Officer Jeff Clauson of Waterloo when he joins me for this Saturday’s Great Outdoor Radio Show airing on Omaha’s ESPN Radio 1620 AM from 9-10 a.m. CDT. The show can also be heard live on www.1620thezone.com
The phone numbers to call where you can ask your questions, are :
Toll-Free, Nationwide 1-877-951-1620
Don’t be bashful. When it comes to outdoor activities, Jeff and I always say this: “There’s no such thing as a dumb question, only dumb mistakes made by not asking that dumb question.” Perhaps you have a question about some of the new deer hunting regulations here in Nebraska.
We look forward to chatting with you on the air!
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Yesterday, I had the opportunity and privilege of spending the day with great friend, fellow Game and Parks compatriot and conservation officer Jeff Clauson of Waterloo and his four-legged, faithful companion named “Rush” (the dog serves as a goodwill ambassador and may assist with an investigation).
What an interesting day it was! I’ll tell you first-hand that the work of a field conservation officer in Nebraska is incredibly varied (see photos).
I have tremendous respect for these men and women who are sworn peace officers on our front lines in the great outdoors enforcing fishing, hunting, fur harvesting, boating and park laws and regulations, AND SO SHOULD YOU! The field conservation officer actually has one of the most dangerous law enforcement jobs in the country! Why? The majority of contacts are made alone in sparsely populated rural areas with people who have a weapon of some sort in their possession or on their person, whether it’s fillet knife or a firearm!
It is very important to point out that Conservation Officers also present many informational/educational programs and talks to groups, organizations, hunter safety classes, etc.
Along that same line, I am fortunate to have Jeff Clauson come on my Saturday morning outdoor talk radio show, entitled: “The Great Outdoor Radio Show” airing on Omaha’s ESPN Radio/1620 AM (and also on www.1620thezone.com) nearly once a month on Saturday mornings from 9-10 a.m. for “Ask the Conservation Officer.” He takes all questions from callers pertaining to Nebraska outdoor laws and regulations, plus other outdoor-related subjects. Listen for the promotional announcements as to when Jeff will be in the studio.
Jeff and I will chat with you on the radio and definitely see you out there! We love what we do!