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The Pennsylvania State Game Commission says The 31st Class of State Game Warden Cadets returned to the Ross Leffler School of Conservation on December 10, 2018 following a 10-week field assignment. Cadets are pictured here receiving instruction on the shooting range prior to beginning firearm training. Cadets receive more than 150 hours of firearm training during their time at the academy.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission manages the Pennsylvania’s wild birds and mammals for current and future generations and is looking for men and women willing to make a career-long commitment to their mission.
The agency is seeking up to 35 qualified candidates who have a genuine interest in becoming a Pennsylvania Wildlife Conservation Officer.