(KALISPELL, Mont.) Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold a Wolf Trapper Certification class on Saturday, December 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the FWP Headquarters on North Meridian Road in Kalispell. This one-time certification is required for all wolf trappers in Montana. Individuals that have been certified in years past do not need to take the class again.
The Class is free, and interested students can check the schedule and register online at fwp.mt.gov. Follow the links to “hunter education.” Online registration is required for all participants.
Classes are taught by FWP staff and experienced wolf trappers. In addition to specifics on equipment and techniques, participants will learn about the history, ethics, management, regulations and requirements of wolves and wolf trapping. The class will be taught in a rotating-station format. Students should bring a lunch and dress for the weather for the outside station.
(via MT FWP)
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