South Charleston, WV -(AmmoLand.com)- Hunters in West Virginia may now reprint their hunter education certification cards online.
Working with West Virginia Interactive and WV.gov, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) is making this new service available.
“This is a quick and convenient way for individuals to instantly purchase and print out their hunter education card,” said Lt. Col. David Trader, of the West Virginia DNR Law Enforcement Section. ”Currently, hunters must mail in an application and wait to receive their duplicate card in the mail. Having this service online allows individuals to receive their card and purchase their hunting license, all in the same day.”
Anyone born on or after Jan. 1, 1975, must successfully complete a hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license. A hunter education certification card must be presented when purchasing a hunting license or you must supply the card number located on the certification card when purchasing online.
If you have already completed the hunter education program and need to reprint your hunter education certification card, please visit https://apps.wv.gov/dnr/
If your card cannot be located online, you will be directed to contact the nearest WVDNR district office to get your replacement card.
District 1 – Farmington, WV 26571
1110 Railroad Street (304) 825-6787
Law Enforcement – Sgt. J. Crawley
District 2 – Romney, WV 26757
1 Depot Street (304) 822-3551
Law Enforcement – Sgt. K White
District 3 – French Creek, WV 26218
WV State Wildlife Center (304) 924-6211
163 Wildlife Road
Law Enforcement – Sgt. S. Antolini
District 4 – Beckley, WV 25801
2006 Robert C. Byrd Drive (304) 256-6947
Law Enforcement – Sgt. C. Johnson
District 5 – Nitro, WV 25143
4300 1st Avenue (304) 759-0703
Law Enforcement – Sgt. G. Mullins
District 6 – Parkersburg, WV 26101
2311 Ohio Avenue (304) 420-4550
Law Enforcement – Sgt. C. McKnight
West Virginia Interactive works with state and local government agencies to build and manage interactive online services and is a subsidiary of eGovernment firm NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV).
- Related social media hashtag: #wvhunt
- Facebook: www.facebook.com/DNRpolice
About the West Virginia Natural Resources Police:
DNR Law Enforcement is the oldest statewide law enforcement agency, serving the citizens of West Virginia since February 1897. We have a staffing level of 123 Natural Resources Police Officers and 11 support personnel. Natural resource police officers are primarily responsible for the enforcement of the game and fish laws and rules. Officers in the section carry on a continuing program of Hunter Education and Boating Safety Education, as well as enforce laws relating to littering, forestry, state parks, environmental/solid waste, pleasure boating, and whitewater rafting. They also respond during times of emergency such as floods and other natural disasters, as well as assist the State Police during times of strife similar to the large coal strikes in past decades. Natural Resources Police Officers are the most visible of the division employees. A highly visible force of uniformed officers is a deterrent to violations of the natural resources laws.
For more information, visit: www.facebook.com/DNRpolice.