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Members sought for Master Hunter Advisory Group

By NCBI
Nov 17, 2011

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is accepting letters of interest through Dec. 18 for membership on the department's Master Hunter Advisory Group.

Four positions are currently open on the 15-member volunteer group, which advises WDFW on issues affecting the department's Master Hunter program and more than 2,000 master hunters statewide.

To qualify, applicants must be certified master hunters, who have completed special training that makes them eligible to assist WDFW in addressing specific wildlife-management issues in Washington. Advisory group members serve three-year terms.

Current openings are for master hunters living in these areas:


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