In-person, hands-on classes back for first time in a year
BILLINGS – Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has scheduled three week-long Billing-area hunter education classes in September and October. They are set for:
Students may register online at http://fwp.mt.gov and follow the links to Education, Hunter Education and Find and Class. Students also may register at the school during registration and orientation night. Students younger than 18 need the signature of a parent or guardian.
Montana law requires anyone born after Jan. 1, 1985, to complete a hunter education class or qualify as a youth apprentice hunter before purchasing a Montana hunting license. Hunter education classes are taught by certified volunteer instructors. They are free and open to all people who will be old enough to hunt this fall.
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