If you are selected for a hunt and can’t make part of it you must communicate it to your coordinator in time to find a replacement. If you fail to do so you may be excused from the rest of the hunt and in some cases removed from MBRB participation for the rest of that year. You would be removed for one year if you repeat the violation upon given a warning. MBRB does not want to do this, but the lack of hunter participation for whole hunts was brought to our attention by the very cities that provide the hunts to us. MBRB hunts are not set up to provide recreational opportunities for bowhunters – the hunts are a service to the landowners in order to control deer populations, and so your participation in the hunts is critical.