San Jacinto’s Annual Hunter’s Education Class a Great Success

Saturday, June 4th was San Jacinto Wildlife Area’s Annual Hunter’s Education Class.  Tom Trakes, of San Jacinto Wildlife Area, reported that about 30 new hunters were in attendance and they all passed their Hunter’s Education test.  The Hunter’s Education students are now eligible to be fully licensed hunters in the State of California.  The students ranged in age from about 9 years old to in their 60’s and they will now be joining the ranks of the hunting community.

At the noon break the hunter’s education students enjoyed a great lunch at the San Jacinto Headquarters which consisted of giant sub sandwiches, chips and soft drinks.

Also, in preparation for the next season the San Jacinto Staff is starting to collect palm fronds to use for the blind brush-up days.  If you have palm trees to trim and want to get rid of the palm fronds just give Tom a call and he’ll make arrangements for someone to be at SJ to meet you so you can drop off the palm fronds.  Please remember, if you are going to donate palm fronds, to avoid bringing the type with the thorns on them.  They can’t be used as they are detrimental to waders and skin.  You can get ahold of Tom at (951)-236-3040.

Students hard at work.


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