DNR Offering Temporary Hunter Safety Certificates for Online Students

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering temporary hunter safety certificates for online students.

With the stay-at-home executive order, there has been more interest in outdoor activities, including hunting.

All first-time hunters born on or after Jan. 1, 1960, are required to take hunter safety courses.

With face-to-face classes postponed, people can now complete the entire program virtually.

When students finish the course, they can then print a temporary hunter safety certificate. This will let them purchase a license through Dec. 31, 2020.

If you do get a temporary safety certificate, you need to attend a DNR Field Day session once classes resume. For more information on how to get your hunter safety certificate online, click here.

For what is currently in season, click here. 

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