hunting education


Hunter Education programs have always taught beginning outdoor enthusiast the
practice of firearm and hunting safety.

Today, the Hunter Education program is more than just safety and is directed at more than just hunters. The program has been
expanded to produce responsible, knowledgeable, and involved citizens – young men and women who understand the importance of complying with hunting laws and behaving ethically.

The program teaches young outdoor enthusiast about the importance of wildlife management, and differences between preservation vs. conservation in wildlife management practices. Hunter Education strives to instill responsibility, improve skills, and knowledge. Responsible, ethical behavior and personal involvement are both essential to the survival of ethical hunting as well as wildlife conservation.

Inyo County Fish and Wildlife Officers will be offering a Hunter Education course for
Bishop Middle School students. The course will be given at the Bishop Home Street
Middle School from Feb 6 th through Feb 17 th (excluding weekends) from 3:30 to 5:30 pm
for a total of 10 days.

If you are interested, you just need to log on to
and sign up for the class.

The class is free to all students.
Inyo County –Bishop Home Street Middle School. from 3:30 to 5:30 PM
Contact Warden Shane Dishion at (760) 920-7593

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