Montana Hunter Safety

You must have a hunting license to hunt any of Montana’s game animals. To purchase a Montana hunting license, any person born after January 1, 1985 must show a certificateof completing a hunter education course issued by: Montana, any other state, or any Canadian province. This law became effective October 1, 2003 (MCA 87-2-105). Hunter education […]

Mississippi Hunter Education

Hunter Education works. Since 1950, when formal hunter safety programs were introduced, the number of hunting and firearms-related accidents has declined dramatically nationwide. In Mississippi, we know that our hunter education efforts have reduced firearms accidents and saved lives.  The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks offers hunter education classes free of charge at […]

Minnesota Hunter Safety & Education

Information and links pertaining to your Minnesota hunting license, safety, and education.

Michigan Hunter Safety & Education

Michigan’s Hunter Education Program Hunter education in Michigan has taught thousands of people safe hunting techniques, firearm handling and hunter ethics. Hunter safety is required if you were born after January 1, 1960 and you want to purchase any Michigan hunting license, or if you are planning an out-of-state hunting trip.

Maryland Hunter Safety

About the Course The Maryland Hunter Education Course is a minimum of 10 hours in length. Most classes run 12-14 hours. Students must attend all sessions of the class to pass. Most courses require that youngsters under the age of 14 attend with a participating adult. The course includes instruction in: hunter responsibility, firearms and […]

Maine Hunter Safety & Education

Maine law requires completion to obtain your adult license unless you have previously done so or have held an adult license. Hunters and trappers in Maine must attend training courses specific to the license type they wish to purchase. By state law, anyone planning to buy a basic hunting license, archery license, crossbow license, or […]

Louisiana Hunter Education & Safety

Why Hunter Education? Hunter Education provides a foundation for safe and responsible hunting. Due to hunter education, hunting accidents have dropped significantly. Each year some 18,000 individuals graduate from a hunter education course in Louisiana. The major objectives of the hunter education program are: Reduce hunting accidents Improve the image of hunting through ethical and responsible […]

Kentucky Hunter Safety

Effective March 1, 1991, all hunters born on or after January 1, 1975, shall, while hunting, carry a valid hunter education course completion card in addition to the appropriate Kentucky hunting license. A bow hunter not in possession of a firearm may carry a “National Bowhunter Education Program” course completion card in lieu of the hunter education […]

Illinois Hunter Safety

Who Must Take The Course On January 1, 1996, a State law was passed that anyone born on or after January 1, 1980 may not be issued a hunting license unless he or she presents a valid Hunter Education Certificate of Competency issued by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Safety Education Division or another […]

Idaho Hunter Safety & Education

Hunter education, bowhunter education and trapper education programs are not just for youth and not just for hunters. These programs are for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and has an interest in conservation. Classroom courses and all Field Days are taught by certified volunteer instructors and are offered at locations statewide. Individuals born after January […]