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Official Montana Hunting Safety Course Link to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

Hello, hunter! Montana's online hunting course has moved. Click here to go to the latest version of the Today's Hunter in Montana course—the official hunting safety course of Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.

The following course material is for reference only. Please go to the new course to complete your Montana certification.

Chapter 2 Review Questions

1. We have hunting laws to protect ______________.
wildlife
people
Both a. and b.
2. Hunting is a right, not a privilege.
True
False
3.

Hunters can help maintain a positive public image by ________________.

wearing bloody hunting clothes to town
bragging in public about how many animals they kill
respecting the needs and wishes of other people
4. When is it okay to be irresponsible?
When nobody else can see you
When your behavior doesn't hurt anyone
Never
5.

A fair chase ethic includes actions and an attitude that show ___________.

an interest in killing as many animals as possible
respect for wildlife
a desire to break the law
6. Just because something is legal does not automatically mean it is fair or responsible.
True
False
7. List three behaviors of a responsible hunter:
8. Whose responsibility is it to know the laws and regulations before you go hunting?
Yours
Your parents
The leader of your hunting group
9. A responsible hunter follows the law and takes for his or her actions.
10. The job of the game warden is to ________________________.
tell you where to find deer and elk to hunt
make sure that all hunting laws and regulations are followed
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