Hunters have just two weeks to report their 2019 hunts
Hunters have until Jan. 31 to report their 2019 hunts. If you purchased a tag, reporting is mandatory even if you didn’t hunt or harvest an animal.
Register your new hunter for a hunter education class/course
Hunters 17 years old and younger need to complete a hunter education course and field day before they hunt this fall. Traditional classes and field days are available now, and online courses can be taken anytime. Taking care of hunter education now will be one less thing to worry about as hunting season approaches.
Deadline to apply for a spring bear tag is Feb. 10
The controlled spring black bear season opens April 1.
Archie Creek Fire Update September 25, 2020 Unified Incident Commanders Mike Dueitt and Tim Keith Email: email@example.com Phone: 971-334-7674 Hours: 8 am-8 pm InciWeb: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7176/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArchieCreekFireInfo/ Special Notes: American Red Cross is giving out wildfire recovery
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