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Event Details

Event Status
Event Completed
Event ID
6228
Event Name
Hunter Education - Field Day
Program
Hunter Education - Field Day

Event Completed 40 of 50 seats remaining

Location

Location:

9551 E Prior Rd, Durand, MI 48429

Schedule

Date & Times:
Feb 18, 2024 8:30AM - 2:30PM EST

About this Event:

This is a field day event only. Students are required to complete online Hunter Safety course and bring completed certificate to class on 18 February 2024 for entry. Access the online course through the Michigan DNR website-search, "hunter safety course". Portions of the class are conducted outdoors wear appropriate clothing for the weather. No open-end shoes or shorts. Lunch will not be provided. Students are encouraged to bring a bag lunch. There will not be time for students to leave and get lunch. $10 (Cash only) Facility fee collected at the door upon checking in. All required equipment will be provided (Firearms/Ammunition/Eye/Ear protection) by the Durand Sportsman’s Association. No privately owned firearms or ammunition should be brought to this course.

Details

Organized by:

Phillip Schnebelt

Required Files:

Cancellation Policies:

If you are no longer planning on attending this class, please cancel your registration so that those on the waiting list will have a chance to attend.

Event Policies:

Minimum Age Policies:

There are no minimum age policies

Maximum Age Policies:

There are no maximum age policies

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About the Program

Overview:

The main purpose of the hunter education field day course is to provide an alternative to the traditional course. This course is the same as the traditional hunter education course; however, the classroom portion is completed by either, online training or as a take home study format. 
In order to purchase a hunting license in Michigan, an individual born on or after January 1, 1960, is required to successfully complete an approved hunter education course. There are two different formats for successfully completing the field day course. Students must take either, the online course or the take home study, then complete the field day in order to earn a hunter safety certificate. Students choosing the online course followed by the field day must present a copy of their certificate of completion (voucher) of the online course at the start of the field day. The online course is fee based and can be taken at https://www.hunter-ed.com/michigan/. The second format is take home study. Students register for the field day and pick up the student manual, a minimum of one week prior to the field day. Take home study students must complete the chapter review questions and present them at the start of the field day. Michigan’s hunter education course is taught by a dedicated core of certified volunteer instructors and Michigan conservation officers. 

About the Field Day: 
  • In person field day 
  • 4 hours minimum 
  • Written test (80% or better to pass) and practice assessment (pass/fail) 
  • Maximum $10 fee 
  • No minimum age requirement; however, students under 10 years of age shall be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian or other adult approved by parent or legal guardian.