Dillon needs bowhunter, hunter educators
By Moosetrack Megan

Posted: October 20, 2015

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking volunteer instructors for its hunter and bowhunter education programs in the Dillon area. Currently, there are no bowhunter education instructors for the Dillon community for 2016, so bowhunters are especially encouraged to apply.

Hunter and bowhunter education are state mandated courses which are taught by dedicated volunteers. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking more of these dedicated men and women to help serve these areas. Anyone who is at least twelve years old is eligible to apply.

The heart of Montana’s Hunter and Bowhunter Education programs is the corps of dedicated volunteer instructors. They stand as examples of how each hunter should demonstrate ethics, behavior and responsibility to themselves, landowners, other hunters and the resource.

These instructors choose to honor Montana’s hunting heritage and “Pass it On” by sharing their skills, experiences and their love of hunting and Montana’s vast resources with those new to hunting and the outdoor adventure.

For information on becoming a hunter or bowhunter education instructor, please call Sara Smith in the FWP Helena Region Information and Education Office at (406) 444-9948 or visit http://fwp.mt.gov/education/hunter/instructors/ to learn more and apply.

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