Second Hunter Education Classes Offered in Glasgow, MT

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

Glasgow, MT -( Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the Glasgow area.

There will be a regular classroom course May 20-22, and an adult field course on May 28. This is the last hunter education course that will be held before the June 1 deadline for deer, elk, and antelope.

To be eligible to hunt and be fully certified during the 2016 season, hunters must be 12-years old by January 16, 2017. Students aged 10 and 11 can take the course and hunt as an apprentice, but will not be fully certified until the year they turn 12. All registrants for this event must be 10 years of age by May 20, 2016.

For the field course, adults must pass the online hunter education course and receive a Field Day Qualifier Certificate. This Field Day Qualifier Certificate and a picture ID are necessary to obtain entrance into the field course.

The hunter education class will be held in the Quonset building at the FWP headquarters in Glasgow. Classes will run from 5-8:30 p.m. on Friday, from 8-4:30 on Saturday, and from 8-11:30 a.m. on Sunday.

The adult field course will be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, May 28. The adult field course will be held either in the Quonset or another building depending upon numbers.

To register and learn more about the hunter education classes offered, please go to the FWP website at and look under the “Education” tab. Please make sure to print out all required files, and sign all necessary forms.

Parents, please have students pick up the Hunter Education Manual from the FWP office in Glasgow. Students are to read each chapter and complete all review sections before class on Friday, May 20. If workbooks are not complete, students will not be able to take the course. If there are any questions, please call the Glasgow FWP office at 228-3700.

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