Our semester students all passed their hunter safety tests, so each of them can now legally purchase a hunting license. We encourage all of our students to take a state-sponsored hunter’s safety course, which is a basic firearms course in addition to the content on hunting. We also recommend that they take a bowhunter safety and trappers education course through the state. Taking these courses allows them to purchase the corresponding licenses and increases their knowledge, ultimately making them better in the bush. So if you’re thinking about taking one of our long-term courses, look into taking a hunting, bowhunting, and trapping education course put on by your state or province. They’re transferable to other states and provinces and you’ll learn some things that will round out your outdoor skills and knowledge.
ESSP Students All Passed Hunter’s Safety Course
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