Hunting license for sale in New York State
Summer heat and August is here in New York State. While we enjoy our picnics, camping, and summer fun, some of us look forward to the cool mornings and crisp clear afternoons! Hunting season is not that far away and there are some important things to remember for those who hunt. First and foremost, it’s time to buy your permit or apply for a deer permit!
The New York State DEC reminds all hunters to get their license early so you don’t miss out! According to the website, new licenses will be available this week.
-You must wait 14 business days to receive permits and tags by mail before going hunting. The purchase receipt / telephone confirmation number is NOT a valid proof to carry out hunting activities. To receive licenses/tags instantly, visit a sports licensing agent.
-The 2022-23 season licenses and deer management permits will go on sale the week of August 1, 2022.
-Hunting and trapping licenses are valid from September 1 to August 31 each year.
The best thing we can do as hunters is to keep conservation in mind. By being safe and following the rules, we can protect our natural resources and a way of life we love here in New York State. Last week it was announced that someone had shot and killed what turned out to be a real wolf! The hunter thought he had shot a coyote. After a DNA test, it was confirmed to be a wolf. This type of information will help hunters identify and protect animals that may be endangered and protected.
According to a News 8 story in Connecticut:
“Although this wolf was killed, we are grateful that the hunter has agreed to provide a tissue sample for DNA analysis. Now is the time for state and federal leaders to step in and d help these endangered and protected wolves return to the northeast.
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