Missoula will hold one Hunter Education class in January and another in February. Schedules and online registration are available now at fwp.mt.gov. Follow links to the class schedule under “Education.”
The first class will be held Jan 7-10 from 6:30-9p.m. each evening with a field course and test on Saturday, Jan. 12 from 9a.m.-4p.m. Or, students can elect to take a class Feb. 18-21 with a field course and test on Saturday, Feb. 23. Both of these classes will meet at the Fish, Wildlife & Parks office in Missoula (3201 Spurgin Road).
January and February classes are limited to 20 students each. Additional classes, with unlimited enrollment, will be held in Missoula in April, with a full schedule to be announced in January. Classes are free, and a student must be at least 11 years old to be certified. Any person born after January 1, 1985 must present a Hunter Education Certificate in order to purchase a hunting license in Montana.
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