Do you ride your horse in our National Forests in North Carolina?

The North Carolina Horse Council would like to better understand the needs or our trail riders as well as the concerns that you might have about Sunday Hunting in our National Forests.  Please help us out by completing this brief survey.

 

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* 1. Which of the four North Carolina National Forests do you most frequently ride in (choose one)?

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* 2. Do you ride in the National Forest during open deer, dove, and/or turkey hunting seasons?

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* 3. If you answered No to (2), please select the answer that best fits your reason:

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* 4. If you answered Yes to (2), please answer the following questions: During these hunting seasons, which days of the week do you most often ride?

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* 5. During these hunting seasons, do you camp overnight in an equine campground managed by the US Forest Service?

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* 6. If yes to camping, do you observe hunters also camping in the equine campground?

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* 7. If you chose "Sunday only" as you answer to question 4, please select the answer that best fits your reason:

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* 8. If you ride Monday through Friday during these hunting seasons, do you experience conflicts or safety concerns related to hunting?

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* 9. If you ride on Saturdays during these hunting seasons, do you experience conflicts or safety concerns related to hunting?

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* 10. Do you take precautions to avoid possible conflicts with hunting?

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* 11. If hunting were allowed 7 days per week in all districts of all North Carolina National Forests, would you continue to ride during hunting seasons?

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* 12. Please use this space to add any comments:

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