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

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Chapter 9 Review Questions

1. Tree stand accidents can be avoided by ______________________.
wearing a fall-arrest system/full-body harness
selecting a suitable tree for your stand
keeping at least three points of contact
using a haul line to raise and lower your gear
2. List three responsibilities of a hunter using an ATV:

List three safety tips that could prevent shooting accidents while turkey hunting:


Hair color and body size can be misleading in telling the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear.

5. The following combination of characteristics should be used to tell the difference between a black bear and a grizzly bear.
Hair color, body size, claws
Facial profile, ear shape, presence of shoulder hump
Body size, ear shape, hair color
Montana Fish, Wildlife,
& Parks
White-tailed deer tracks
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