San Jacinto Wildlife Area’s Annual Hunter Education Course a Big Success

Saturday, June 1st was San Jacinto Wildlife Area’s Annual Hunter’s Education Class. Tom Trakes, of San Jacinto Wildlife Area, reported that 36 new hunters passed their Hunter’s Education test (14 more then last year!) and are now eligible to be fully licensed hunters in the State of California. The students ranged in age from about 9 years old on up.



The hunter’s education students, and for then younger ones, their parents, all enjoyed a nice barbecue lunch together at the San Jacinto Headquarters at midday.

The next activity for hunters will be a workday at San Jacinto Wildlife Area, probably late July or early August. This will be a general workday to clean out water control structures and plan and perhaps build or replace some blinds in the waterfowl area. There will then be at least one additional workday, likely in early September, to finish up what work is needed and to brush up the blinds. Keep your eye on SoCalHunt for announcements of the exact dates when these are set.

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