n Every Tuesday at 7 p.m., Wednesday at 2 p.m. and Friday at 8 p.m. on Carson Access Television Channel 10 – “The Outdoor Recreation Show,” a one-hour television program about local outdoor activities.
The program is repeated during the week on Douglas County Access Television Channel 26 at various times. Call 882-2839.
n Through Saturday – Foundation for North American Wild Sheep convention in Reno. Call Raymond Lee at (3307) 527-6261.
n Through Sunday – The 18th annual International Sportsmen’s Exposition at Cal Expo in Sacramento, Calif. Call John Kirk at (360) 693-3700.
n Through March 31 – Guided tours at the Ano Nuevo State Reserve, Calif. to see northern elephant seals. Call (650) 879-2025 or (650) 879-0227 or visit website http://www.anonuevo.org.
n Friday – Deadline for submitting applications for 2003 Nevada Trophy Fish Certificates. Call The Nevada Department of Wildlife at 688-1500.
n Saturday – Snowshoe demo day at the Hope Valley Outdoors Center. Call Joyce Coker at (530) 694-2266 or visit website http://www.hopevalleyoutdoors.com.
n Tuesday – Ormsby Sportsmen’s Association regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Carson Nugget Convention Center.
Call either President Jack Cook at 882-8556 or Past President Norm Budden at 884-0348.
n Wednesday-Jan. 24 – 32nd annual Safari Club International Hunter’s Convention in Reno. Call Eva Wilson at (520) 620-1220, ext. 337.
n Wednesday-Jan. 25 – The Fred Hall San Francisco Sports, Boat and Fishing Show at the Cow Palace in San Francisco, Calif. Go to website http://www.fredhall.com.
n Jan. 22-25 – International Sportsmen’s Exposition in Denver, Colo. Call John Kirk at (360) 693-3700.
n Jan. 23 – Alaska record low temperature of -80 degrees in 1971 at Prospect Creek Camp.
n Jan. 24 – Weather permitting, the sun peeks over the horizon for the first time since back on Nov. 18 at Barrow, Alaska.
n Jan. 25 – Closing day of the Northern Zone Ducks and Mergansers late hunting season.