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Nov 27, 2021
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Hunter's Education

Hunter Education to be offered at Falley Scout Reservation

The purpose of this safety course is to reduce the potential for hunting accidents, injuries and fatalities; to reduce the potential for conflict between hunters, landowners, and other resource users; and to promote safe, responsible, and ethical use of the environment and our resources. MUST be 11 years of age or older to participate.

This program is being conducted by Hunter Education Instructors certified by the Kansas Department of Wildlife. This is not a Jayhawk Area Council training. We are a site host for them.

Participants are under the careful watch and supervision of these persons and other well qualified staff at all times. The cost for the course includes instructional materials, Facilities use fees and ammunition. Under no circumstances is anyone to bring any ammunition with them to camp. Anyone found possessing ammunition without the knowledge and consent of our instructors will be dismissed from the class and asked to leave camp immediately.

Location: Falley Scout Reservation; 8602 Kingman Rd Oskaloosa, KS 66066

Type: Internet assisted field day and testing session

Fee: $5

Date: Saturday, November 27, 2021 & Saturday, January 15, 2022 (do not need to attend both)

Instructor: Jim LeClair


Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Other Information: 

To meet state requirements for Hunters Education certification this Internet assisted field day and testing session is designed to allow the qualified participant to complete the chapters and quizzes online. Students must complete the online portion of the course prior to attending the field day. Completion of the online portion of the course is accessed by going to the link at LinkStudents must print the Field Day Qualifier Exam certificate and bring it to the class. At the beginning of the Field Day and in-classroom portion participants must also successfully pass a quiz of their pre-course work.  A passing score of 22 correct answers out of 25 questions is required to proceed with the rest of the course. The instructional portion of the class will include lecture, video and demonstrations followed by the final written test. The day will continue with a trail test session which will be as much like an actual hunt as possible and conclude with live-fire at the ranges. It is recommended that participants wear boots or walking shoes and long pants. 


  • Bring your own lunch. 
  • Have a water bottle.
  • Please dress appropriately. We will be inside and outside.
  • Bring a mask
COVID UPDATE from Hunter Education 

Link here: Hunters EducationExternal Link


Contact Information:

Jim LeClair: Hunters Education Instructor for the Kansas Department of Wildlife