3-day guided bull elk rifle hunt for 1 hunter on the 33,000-acre Zumwalt Prairie Preserve in Oregon during the fall 2020 season (dates TBD; likely November), including lodging at a fully functioning facility at the Preserve. Hunter may bring up to two guests (who do not hunt). Hunting is all on foot and hunters should be in good physical condition. Recent hunter success rate has been close to 100%. Mature bulls are common with trophy potential. The Preserve is part of the largest remaining intact Pacific Northwest bunchgrass prairie in North America. Restrictions: food, beverages, gear, and gratuity not included. Transportation to the Preserve not included (once there, the guide will provide transportation). The elk tag is guaranteed, but the hunter is responsible for license and tag fees. Hunt takes place during the fall 2020 season only. Proceeds benefit OHA projects. Donated by The Nature Conservancy. Drawing: OHA Josephine County Chapter banquet, 7 p.m., March 21, 2020, Josephine County Fairgrounds, 1451 Fairgrounds Rd, Grants Pass, OR. Need not be present to win.