There is a new Hunter Education Class format, utilizing an excellent online, interactive Internet program, HunterExam.Com.
By completing the self-study section on the Internet, students will only be required to participate in six hours of classroom/range time for “hands on” activities and to cover important information not fully addressed online.
An introduction will be held Monday, May 10, from 6 to 8 p.m. Self-study will be May 11 until May 29. The conclusion will be held Saturday, May 29, from 8 a.m. until noon. Students must attend introduction and conclusion classes. The introduction and conclusion will be held at the Colorado Mounted Ranger building, 302 San Juan St. Cost is $24.95 for a HunterExam.Com certificate.
All programs, services and activities of the Colorado Division of Wildlife are operated in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you need accommodation due to a disability, contact Adrian Archuleta, Doug Purcell or Mike Reid at 247-0855, or Don Volger at 264-2197. To assure that the Division of Wildlife can meet special needs, notify Adrian, Doug, Mike or Don at least seven days before the class.
Class size will not be limited and no pre-registration is required unless you need accommodations due to a disability.
These courses are sponsored by the Pagosa Springs Police Department in conjunction with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, with support from the local chapter of the Friends of the NRA.