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Traditional Classes

The basic purpose of hunter education is to reduce hunting incidents by teaching and promoting safe, legal, ethical and responsible hunting practices. Topics taught in every Wyoming hunter education class include:

  1. Hunter Responsibility and Ethics,

  2. Wildlife Conservation and Management,

  3. Firearms and Firearm Safety, 

  4. Game and Fish Statutes and Regulations

  5. Game Care and Wildlife Identification

  6. Outdoor Safety. 

Traditional Class Details

  • In-person, instructor led classroom setting

  • 12-18 hours long scheduled over a period of 2-5 days

  • Better for students 12 years old and younger, hands-on learners, or individuals new to firearm handling. 

    • Class curriculum is written at a 4th grade reading level (age 9 and 10)

    • Spanish curriculum and translators are available upon request. Call the hunter education coordinator at 307-777-4542.

  • Cost is a maximum of $10.00 per student. 

  • Students must pass a 50 question multiple choice test.

  • Students must pass a firearm handling practical.

  • Live fire is not required, however some classes may offer an opportunity to shoot at a firearm range.


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