MassWildlife Hunter Education Program Mission: To protect the lives and safety of the public, promote the wise management and ethical use of our wildlife resources, and encourage a greater appreciation of the environment through education.
*CHECK BACK FOR OUR NEXT Basic Hunter Education Course Field Day at LSA*
In January 2023, Lee Sportsmen’s Association had scheduled a blended Basic Hunter Education Course with MassWildlife, in which students complete the online MA Hunter Study Guide before attending one in-person Field Day. For the blended format, participants must:
This information and links can be found here: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/basic-hunter-education-courses. Please check back to see the date and time the field day at LSA will be scheduled in the future, and participants are required to sign up for the field day through the MassWildlife website, as LSA does not handle registration. Please contact MassWildlife directly for any further questions or concerns at (508) 389-7820. All courses are free of charge and open to the public. Students 17 years old or younger must have parental consent to attend this course, and parents/guardians are invited and encouraged to stay for the in-person field day session as well.