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New hunter education options available


LINCOLN – New options are available for people who want to become certified in hunter education in Nebraska. These options are designed to make the course accessible to more people.

There now are two certification options for both firearm and bowhunter education for each of two age groups.

People age 11 to 15 may complete hunter education (firearm or bow) either by taking a traditional 10-hour classroom course or by taking an online course followed by participation in a two-hour Hunt Safe Session.

People age 16 and older may take a 10-hour classroom course or take an online course. Partic...

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