Hunter Education


Our top priority is to have all students learn to handle firearms safely.

They must learn the four basic steps:

  1. Muzzle Control

  2. Working the Action

  3. Checking the Action

  4. Checking the Safety










Kids Fishing


The Kids Fishing event happens each year in May at Clear Lake. Partnered with WDFW over 800 youth come out to fish, receiving a fishing pole and t-shirt to take home with them. Watch for registration forms at the Big Horn Show and on the WDFW site. 

Big Game Recovery


This program is to recover salvageable big game hit by vehicles and /or self injured. Our all-volunteer crew goes through annual training to ensure public safety. After retrevial the animal is dressed and taken to local shelters for dispersal. 

Barrier Free


Providing access opportunity to the disabled hunter through Hancock Forest Management. Disabled platform projects placeing them in available areas to the disabled hunter. 

Phesant Release & Chicks

As the winter turns into spring the Wildife Council will start is Phesant Chick Program. Selling Chicks hatched from Little Canyon in Peck Idaho this program runs yearly from April to May. To order chicks please contact the Council office. INWC also partners with WDFW for their fall phesant release program. 

Habitat Improvements


The Wildlife Council has done many projects to improve the habitat for wildlife.

We have done fence removal for big game, plantings of native species shrubs for small game, lake clean ups, building bat condos for displaced bats, water guzzlers, our projects in 60 years have covered many species of wildlife.


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6116 N Market St. Spokane, WA 99208