- Associated Press - Sunday, February 1, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is offering fewer wild turkey licenses for the upcoming spring hunting season compared to 2014.

The department says it will make available 5,815 wild turkey licenses, 65 fewer than last year. Applications are due Feb. 11.

Two of the hunting units have slightly more spring licenses than in 2014, two have fewer and 17 remain the same.

Unit 21, which encompasses most of Hettinger and Adams counties, is again closed in 2015 due to lack of turkeys.

Spring turkey licenses are available only to North Dakota residents. The season opens April 11 and runs through May 17.

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Online: www.gf.nd.gov


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