Hunter Education Training Offered for Adult Women in Montana

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Hunter Education
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

Glasgow, MT -( Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is offering a hunter education field course May 24-June 2, geared to adult women that are looking to receive hunter education certification and a more in-depth understanding of firearm safety and operation and other hunting-related topics.

The course is planned for May 24, 26, 31 and June 2 from 6:30-9 p.m. each evening at the Missoula FWP office (3201 Spurgin Road).  This 10-hour course goes beyond the minimum requirements for adults to receive their hunter education certification and offers plenty of hands-on instruction and field experience.

All students must successfully complete the online hunter education course before registering for this course.  Register for the online training and field course at

Participants will learn safe gun handling (shooting positions, carries, calibers and actions); what to do after the shot (tracking, field dressing, transporting animals); regulations and wildlife management (including seasons, licenses, permits); hunting access (public land, private land and Block Management Areas); hunting ethics and more.

This course is also meant to complement courses offered through the Becoming an Outdoors Woman summer workshop (, where students can take shooting and hunting related classes.

Following the completion of the online course and this practical field course, students will receive a hunter education certificate, required for anyone born after January 1, 1985 to hunt in Montana.

About Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks:

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region-6 manages the diverse area of northeast Montana.

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