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By Whitney Wyatt/The Red River Sun—
CHILDRESS – Because of COVID-19, it’s more important than ever for hunters to practice social distancing as they head out to the fields this hunting season.
While the nature of hunting makes it easy to socially distance, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds hunters to not let their guard down in camp.
To keep from endangering other hunters and landowners, the Texas Parks and Wildlife
Department has three ways to stay safe while on a hunting trip:
1. Take temperature before departing on a hunt. If it’s above normal, stay home.
2. Maintain social distancing at the hunting camp and be vigilant about it.
3. Practice responsible recreation before, during and after the hunt.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department also suggested considering a COVID waiver of liability as part of lease agreements this hunting season.