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General Information A. Show What You Did & Learned All exhibitors are encouraged to show evidence of their personal field experiences, study, or observations that relate to their exhibit. This helps judges understand what the 4-H’er did and learned in the process that led to the exhibit. B. Proper credit Show proper credit by listing for the sources of plans or other supporting information used in exhibits. C. Whose exhibit? The exhibitor’s name, county, age, address, and parent’s or guardian’s name must be on the back or bottom of all displays so that the owner can be identified even if the entry tag becomes separated from the exhibit. D. Wildlife & wildlife laws “Animal” or “wildlife” in the following instructions includes wild fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, or mammals. Follow wildlife laws, example: wildlife laws do not allow collection of bird nests, eggs, or any of their parts. E. Entries per individual Each individual is limited to a total of four (4) exhibits per project. F. Project materials Related project booklets include Exploring Your Environment Series, 4-H Shooting Sports, Amphibians, Bird Behavior (EC 5-93-81), Fishing for Adventure Project Manuals, Wildlife Conservation (4-H 125), Outdoor Skills: Learning Science in the Outdoors series (Science Signature Outcome Program). G. Board and Poster Exhibits BThese are displays that show educational informational about a topic of interest. Board exhibits can hold objects such as fishing equipment or casts of animal tracks.