Door County offering you flexibility with Hunter Safety

Your chance to learn how to hunt safely and get your hunting certificate is coming up and it’s a hybrid of online and fieldwork. Door County has an Internet Field Day Hunter Safety class coming up on September 28th. If it fills up, another will be held on September 30th. With the field day offering, you can do all the written portions of hunter safety and then come to the field day on the 28th to practice firearm safety. 


Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Conservation Warden Chris Kratcha notes that with the concerns and uncertainty with the Delta COVID-19 variant, it’s a plus to have in-person and virtual hunter safety options to meet all comfort levels. Kratcha says that the Internet Field Day course is well suited for someone who is less experienced with firearms. He adds that the course offering also helps you meet your schedule demands. 



Kratcha also mentions the completely virtual option, for those who may not have hunting experience but are familiar with firearm handling. You can click here to learn more about the specific Door County course held at the Door County Rod and Gun Club. 

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