You do not need to be a hunter to find yourself in a position to cook or eat wild game. There may be a hunter in the family, or a friend or neighbor who hunts or you might be invited to a game dinner. Join Scott Craven, Emeritus Professor of Wildlife Ecology, for an introduction to and tips on using wild game in meal preparation. You will learn about the nutritional characteristics of common game meats, how it should be handled in the field and stored to ensure top quality, and about the many ways to prepare game. Cookbooks will be available to review, recipes shared, and you will be able to enjoy a few samples. The emphasis will be on deer (venison) and game birds but other species, as well as fish, will be discussed.