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New Hampshire Hunter Education Field Day
Residential Requirement You must be a resident of NH to take the online course.
Bring your Field Day Qualifier Cert to class. Attend ONLY the field day for which you are registered. You will participate in a practical skills test & live fire exercise, attend a presentation on NH game laws, & take a written exam (score 80% or better to pass). DO NOT bring your own firearm/archery equipment to the course.
If you are under 18 years of age, you are required to download and print the parental approval form and bring it signed by a parent or guardian to the event.
All course materials will be provided for you.
It's no accident that hunting is a safe activity. Today's hunters are better educated than ever before. They're going into the field knowing how to hunt safely, responsibly, and ethically ... a knowledge provided by the NH Hunter Education Program.
Anyone planning to buy a basic hunting license, archery, or trapping license in NH must complete the respective education course. Individuals may purchase these licenses by showing a certificate of completion from the appropriate course, or a previously issued license of the same type.
A word of caution: Don't wait until hunting season to take a course; it'll be too late! Courses fill up quickly in the fall months. If you plan to hunt in a state which requires proof of hunter education certification, plan to take a class in the spring or summer to avoid getting shut out of a needed course.
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