Welcome to Hidden Valley!
The Hidden Valley Conservation Club is a registered not for profit organization under the Societies Act and as such in order to meet our legal obligations, our mandate is to keep the members costs as low as possible. The HVCC is a member of the BC Wildlife Federation. As a member of the Federation, members are provided individual liability insurance, and are covered by club insurance when hunting on club land.
The Hidden Valley Conservation Club is dedicated to providing Upland and waterfowl hunting for our members. Centrally located on Vancouver Island, the club features Pheasant and Chukar release hunting. It will be hunting as usual for upland birds at our farm this season.
Walk up shooting for upland birds, as well as an Old Country Style shoot, provides shooters with an excellent pheasant and chukar experience. Water fowling, for both geese and ducks, takes place in South Nanaimo where we have established blinds on a marsh and shooting on a large dairy farm. Waterfowl hunting is limited to 15 members per year, due to the availability of land. The club also sponsors upland events with local retriever clubs and Ducks Unlimited.
If you are a current member we are accepting renewals beginning June 1, 2021. Membership renewals and applications for new memberships will be accepted until September 1, 2021 only. If you have not received an application form please email HVCC@Shaw.ca to receive one.
The Hidden Valley Conservation Club has new hunter memberships for upland hunting available. In order to apply you must possess a BC hunting license. Interested hunters can apply to HVCC@Shaw.ca , starting June 1, 2021. A membership form will be sent to you on request. Note: prospective members can expect to be interviewed prior to their membership application being accepted. Due to current world pandemic conditions, interviews will be conducted by phone.
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