One Sunday afternoon, the Juniors got together and built 7 Duck boxes and about a dozen Blue Bird boxes in the lower level of the clubhouse. These will be placed in various locations, including several of our Save Our Streams, stream restoration projects!


IWLA Juniors are our kids..

Ages 8 to 18, our kids are very active! 

Fishing trips, 3D archery shoots, making
bird houses, help in raising trout & pheasants,
community service projects and much more!

Membership is only $5.00 per year.

Meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of the month, 7pm at the IWLA grounds, Clubhouse, lower level.

The York Chapter 67 IWLA Juniors was founded in 1949 by Lester "Les" Krall. Initially an all boys group who in 1950, as their first project, they decided to finance and build the memorial plaza and flag pole that still exists on the club grounds. This is a sacred place that is continued to be used today for a memorial service held every June open meeting.

The Juniors continue to do many things for the club, our community and in the name of conservation. Many Junior members have gone on to be Senior members in the IWLA as well as predominant positions in the community in the PA Fish Commission and in the York County Parks system and more.


Contacts:
Ted and Jen Bell, 717-246-5787

juniors@yorkiwla.org

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On September 27th 2016, the Juniors celebrated the end of summer with a trip to Limestone Springs Fishing Preserve in Richland, PA.  After our fishing trip the Juniors attended the National Hunting and Fishing Day Program at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area where they were able to shoot archery, test their skill safely shooting a rifle in a deer hunting simulator, learn about raptors and waterfowl, and taste some delectable roast venison provided by the Red Rose Izaak Walton League.

Jr's host/hatch out little Pheasant Birdies!

​"We had 34 eggs that were incubated.  They started peeping on Sunday, May 5.  By Tuesday evening 1 chick had hatched.  We divided up the eggs and took 19 to the Board of Directors meeting (it was meant to be 20 but in the excitement we miscounted) on Tuesday.  During the BOD two chicks hatched.  We made up 3 brooding set-ups for a few Juniors (Holly, Elizabeth, and David/Jocelyn) and their families to take home and share in the experience.   Of our 34 eggs we ended up having about 15 hatch out, pretty good for a first try.  We plan to hold the chicks at each Juniors house until Mother’s Day evening, when we will transfer them to the Pheasant coop.


 "Here’s a time lapse of the pheasant eggs we hatched.