Advanced Hunter Education Seminars & Clinics

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The Wildlife Division’s Conservation Education/Firearms Safety (CE/FS) Program offers hunting safety classes on firearms and archery hunting and trapping throughout the year. The classes are taught by a dedicated corps of certified volunteer instructors. The CE/FS Program is now offering Advanced Hunter Education seminars and clinics on such topics as waterfowl hunting, hunter marksmanship, small game hunting, venison processing, and wild turkey hunting. These seminars and clinics expand on the knowledge and skills of hunters and anyone else who wants more information about hunting. All programs are free and open to the public. Registration is required. Registration opens 30 days in advance of each seminar. (See Advanced Hunter Education for more details.)

Dates for 2019 seminars are as follows:

Venison Processing – February 9 and February 16

Wild Turkey Hunting – March 16, and April 6 and 13 (see Turkey Hunting)

Waterfowl Hunting – September 8

Small Game Hunting – September 14 and September 15

Deer Hunter Marksmanship – October 12 and October 19

Go to www.ct.gov/deep/AdvancedHunterEdu for details and how to register.