Animal Round – Archery Set Up

Field archery is a game of shooting – not yardage estimation. The basic NFAA field archery round is made up of 28 targets. The round is two 14 targets units. The standard NFAA field round has distances that vary from 20 feet to 240 feet. There are four different size target faces, the further the target distance, the bigger the target. Other types of “field” rounds are also offered, There’s the hunter round, something like the above field round except that you shoot at an all-black face with a white dot. The animal round is much like the 3-D round, but the targets are 2-D.

For a full description please refer to Field Archery Info

Animal Round Set Up – Range #1 – 1st course of 28 targets.  

Distances 1st 14
Targets
  Distances 2nd
14 Targets
  Target
Group
Notes
59, 54, 49 10 56, 51, 46 15 1 walk up
59, 54, 49 8 56, 51, 46 24 1 walk up
56, 51, 46 4 59, 54, 49 28 1 walk up
44, 41, 38 6 41, 38, 35 25 2 walk up
41, 38, 35 9 36, 33, 30 23 2 walk up
36, 33, 30 12 44, 41, 38 20 2 walk up
28 5 34 26 3
34 11 32 22 3
32 3 26 17 3
26 14 28 16 3
19 2 18 18 4
18 13 19 19 4
15 7 15 21 4
30 ft. 1 30 ft. 27 4

* youth.
Download Animal Round Setup Chart PDF
Link to Target Image
Link to NFAA Event Rules