Hunting and Enjoying the Outdoors Over the Fourth of July

By Jim Moore

Hunting the weekend of the fourth of July is a real challenge but Hunter Ed Course has some thoughts.

We are between Turkey hunting season and Deer hunting season, but in reality there are many potential opportunities to enjoy the hunt and the outdoors this great holiday weekend.

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Take Online Hunter Education While Field Days are Available

By Jim Moore

Hunting season is just around the corner, so now is a great time to take your state-approved online hunter education. Classes and field days can become very crowded once the season starts in August.

If you wait until August or later you run the risk of classes being filled and then you miss your hunt. Don’t let this happen to you. Take your hunter education now.

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State-Approved Online Hunter Education Expands

By Jim Moore

Online Hunter Safety Course provider Hunter Ed Course is expanding online hunter education with recent approvals by Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks and Utah Division of Wildlife.

By taking an online Hunter Safety Course to meet state hunter education requirements, it allows a student to study and learn where and when it is convenient. Upon meeting the state requirements for a hunter education card, a new hunter is able to purchase a hunting license and enjoy the outdoors.

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Hunter Ed Course Offers Mississippi Online Hunter Safety Course

By Jim Moore

Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks approved Hunter Ed Course online hunter education as their newest offering for the Mississippi hunter education requirement.

All hunters in Mississippi, born on or after January 1, 1972 are required to complete an official hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license.

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Hunter Ed Course Invited to NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum

By Jim Moore

The NRA launched a new initiative at the NRA Annual Meeting to create awareness of NRA active involvement in hunting. The program started with the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Luncheon that included 170 influential individuals involved in hunting.

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