Attendance at an Idaho Fish and Game wolf trapper education class is required for anyone wishing to trap wolves in Idaho.
The eight-hour class provides students with interactive, hands-on training from experienced, certified, volunteer trapper instructors. The class curriculum includes wolf management, wolf trapping regulations and ethics; wolf habits and behavior; making, rigging and setting traps and snares; proper care for a wolf; and reporting requirements.
Wolf trapper education classes in the Clearwater Region are scheduled from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on:
- Friday, September 27, at the Nez Perce National Forest office, 104 Airport Road, Grangeville.
- Saturday, September 28, at the Fish and Game Clearwater Region office, 3316 16th St., Lewiston.
Cost is $8 per student. Online registration includes an additional convenience fee of $1.24.
Pre-registration is required to take the wolf trapper education class either through the Fish and Game website at http://fishandgame.idaho.gov, or by contacting a Fish and Game office at 208-799-5010.
Sign-up now; these will be the last classes offered this season.
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