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Hunter Education by the Numbers


Hunter Education Instructors

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1,448 Volunteers

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1,244 Professional Educators

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803 TPWD Staff/Game Wardens

Hunter Education Students Trained

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 Evgeniy Chernobaey | Dreamstime.com

53,300 Students Certified

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34,778 Online-only Students (17+)

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18,522 Classroom/ Field Students (<17)

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1,800 In-person Courses Held

Texas Youth Hunting Programs

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 Yuttapong Jaipokhuan | Dreamstime.com

184 Youth Hunts

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947 Youth Hunters/Parents

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150 Landowners

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46 “Huntmasters” Trained

Texas Hunting Accidents

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1 Fatal
23 Non-Fatal

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Accidents per species Hunted:
11 Dove, 6 Hog, 2 Rabbit,
1 each Deer, turkey, waterfowl, coyote

Top Jonathan Vail

All numbers are for 2020, and reflect the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

More Hunters Ed!


  • 50 Years of Hunter Education in Texas
  • Texas R3 Strategic Plan
  • Hunting 101s
  • Get Ready
  • Get Set
  • Go!
  • The Thrill of Hunting Dove
  • Dove Hunting By the Numbers
  • Mentors
  • Hunting FAQ
  • Recipe: Venison
  • Recipe: Pulled Pork
  • Recipe: Jalapeno Dove Poppers

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