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Hunter Education Programs

Information about Hunter Education for youth and adults – class options and register for a field day – is now found here.

Hunter Education Instructors

Oregon Hunter Education Instructors are volunteers from across the state who have been specifically trained to deliver hunter education courses.

Bow Hunter Education
Oregon’s Bow Hunter Education Program teaches bowhunters the fundamentals of safe and responsible archery hunting and an appreciation and respect for the environment in which they hunt.

Trapper Education
The 1985 Oregon Legislature enacted a new requirement for all trappers under eighteen as of July 1, 1986; and all first time Oregon trappers of any age. Before a trapping license will be issued, the person must complete an approved trapper education course.

Shooting Range Development Grants
Funds are available through the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for the construction, development and improvement of non-profit shooting ranges and associated facilities.

Hunting Related Incidents
This information is summarized by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife from reports provided by law enforcement agencies.

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