San Jacinto Wildlife Area – Hunter Safety Course Offered, Saturday, June 18th

San Jacinto Wildlife Area will be hosting a free state mandated hunter’s safety course on Saturday, June 18th. If you want to get a hunting license this is the class you need to take to get your license. Tom Trakes, of San Jacinto Wildlife Area, advised that the course will begin promptly at 7 am at the wildlife area’s check station. There is no age restriction for the class but for the younger potential hunters the parent or guardian needs to determine if the child is mature enough to become a hunter. Tom said that they should be getting the hunter’s safety handbooks in at the wildlife area in the next few weeks and anyone that wants to take the class can come by and pick one up to study. Tom told me that the weather at San Jacinto in June is usually quite warm and suggested that everyone attending would probably want to bring a case of bottled water. At noon the staff at San Jacinto will host a BBQ lunch and Tom said they would be taking donations for this to offset the cost of the food. The class should last until about 4:30 or 5:00 pm and everyone successful completing the course can then head out to their local DFG license agent (aka: sporting goods store) and buy their hunting license. Tom asked that anyone wanting to attend this free hunter’s safety course should call him to pre-register at 951-236-3040.

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