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Montana FWP Offering Free Online Courses For Hunter Bowhunter Education Students

 

September 2, 2020 | View PDF



Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is offering online hunter and bowhunter education courses this year in response to social distancing requirements and restrictions on group gatherings related to COVID-19.

To take the online hunter education courses, Montana students can get the free code by accessing our website at http://fwp.mt.gov/education/hunter/ and select the course you want to take.

The online courses, which are developed and administered by the outdoor education company Kalkomey, include text, videos and interactive scenarios to engage students. Students will need to pass a final test to qualify for a certificate.

At this time, students aged 10 and 11 (under age 12 before Jan. 16, 2021) will not have an option for an online class. Those students can hunt as an apprentice this year. To learn how to sign up for the hunter apprentice program, go to: fwp.mt.gov/hunting/licenses/all/apprenticeHunter/default.html

If there are any questions, please call your local FWP office or 406-444-9947 or 406-431-0539.

 

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