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Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT)

Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT)

Pratt, KS -(Ammoland.com)– The application deadlines for the limited number of 2014 Unit 2A (Ft. Riley) resident elk and either-species/either-sex firearms deer permits are quickly approaching.

Hunters have until 11:59 p.m. on July 11, 2014 to apply for these draws, or purchase a preference point. A hunter who does not wish to hunt this year may purchase a preference point that will count toward a firearm either-species/either-sex deer permit in a future drawing or a bonus point for either-sex elk.

Unsuccessful applicants automatically receive preference or bonus points. New this year, hunters age 15 and younger can enjoy reduced fees for youth deer and elk permits.

Draw applications for either of these species can be made by visiting ksoutdoors.com and clicking “Hunting,” then “Applications and Fees.”

2014 EITHER-SPECIES/EITHER-SEX DEER PERMITS

Firearm Either-species/Either-sex Deer permit (white-tailed or mule deer buck, doe or fawn)

General Resident: $37.50
Landowner/Tenant: $22.50
Resident Youth (15 and younger): $17.50
Preference Point: $6.50

2014 RESIDENT ELK PERMITS

The fee to apply for an elk permit or purchase a bonus point is $7.69.

Elk – Firearms (Any Elk)

General Resident: $252.50
Landowner/Tenant: $127.50
Resident Youth (15 and younger): $127.50

Elk (antlerless)

General resident: $102.50
Landowner/Tenant: $52.50
Resident Youth (15 and younger): $52.50

About the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT)

Fish, wildlife and outdoor recreation are important to the quality of life for all Kansans and to the Kansas economy. As a public steward of the Kansas natural resources, the mission of the Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism is to: Conserve and enhance Kansas natural heritage, its wildlife and its habitats–to assure future generations the benefits of the state’s diverse, living resources; Provide the public with opportunities for the use and appreciation of the natural resources of Kansas, consistent with the conservation of those resources; Inform the public of the status of the natural resources of Kansas to promote understanding and gain assistance in achieving this mission.

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