A hunter safety course being offered through the Fowlerville Police Department is now full and not taking any new registrants.

The department says hunter education courses teach new hunters responsibility, ethics, firearm safety, wildlife conservation and wildlife identification, game care, survival and first aid. The program is being recommended for mature and responsible learners who are able to sit for four hours and actively participate. A Michigan DNR certified instructor and Officer Sorenson will teach the two day course October 5th and 6th, which has met its maximum capacity.

Chief Tyler says they are working to offer other classes in the future. (JM/JK)