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Aug. 11 is deadline to apply for a North Dakota swan hunting license

The statewide tundra swan hunting season opens Saturday, Oct. 2, and 2,200 licenses are available to both residents and nonresidents.

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North Dakota Game and Fish Department

The deadline to apply for a North Dakota swan license is Wednesday, Aug. 11, the state Game and Fish Department said. Hunters interested in applying for a 2021 swan license can submit an online application on the Game and Fish website at gf.nd.gov.

North Dakota residents and nonresidents are eligible to apply. The resident swan license is $10, while the nonresident fee is $30.

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The statewide tundra swan hunting season opens Saturday, Oct. 2, and 2,200 licenses are available. Successful applicants will receive a tag to take one swan during the season. Since swans are classified as waterfowl, nonresidents may hunt them only during the period their nonresident waterfowl license is valid.
All swan hunters, regardless of age, are required to have a general game and habitat license when applying. In addition, nonresidents must have a waterfowl license, and residents 16 and older need a small game or combination license.

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