Pronghorn Antelope Hunting News

Utah Requires Online Application This Year
If you want to apply for an antlerless deer, elk, pronghorn or moose permit for hunts in Utah this fall, you'll have to use a computer.
Texas Wildlife Recovering One Year After Big Fire
It's been about a year since the biggest wildfire in Texas Panhandle history roared across the prairie. According to the National Interagency Fire Center in Idaho, wildfires east of Amarillo burned 907,245 acres in late March 2006.
Nevada Big Game Quota Recommendations
The following are the Big Game Quota Recommendations for 2007. These preliminary recommendations are generated by Nevada Department of Wildlife big game biologists.
Kansas WPC Approves 2007 Seasons
The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved 2007 hunting seasons for deer, antelope, and elk at its April 19 public hearing in Dodge City.
Nebraska Now Accepting Applications for Big Game Hunts
The application period when Nebraska hunters may apply for one November firearm deer season "draw" unit permit, and resident or resident landowner elk and antelope firearm and muzzleloader permits began at 1 p.m. CST, April 16.
Kansas WPC Meeting April 19
The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission will conduct a public meeting and hearing in Dodge City Thursday, April 19. The meeting will be at the Silver Spur Convention Center, 1510 W. Wyatt Earp Boulevard.
Colorado DOW Looking for Input on Front Range Herds
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is requesting public comments on two big game herds in the Front Range. Deer management in Game Management Units (GMUs) 104, 105, and 106 and pronghorn management in GMUs 51, 104, and 105 are being reviewed.
Utah DWR Recommends More Elk, Deer and Moose Permits
After another mild winter, Utah's big game animals are in great shape. How well the animals are doing is reflected in the Division of Wildlife Resources' 2007 antlerless hunting recommendations.
Arizona Announces Results of First 2007 Draw
The 2007 draw for pronghorn antelope and elk has been completed by the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Anyone who applied can now visit azgfd.gov/draw or call (602) 942-3000 (press two and follow the prompts) to find out if they received a hunt permit tag.
Wyoming Hunting Season Meetings in April
Increases in some antelope quotas, shortening some western Wyoming deer seasons and lengthening chukar and Hungarian partridge seasons to run Oct. 1 -- Jan. 31 highlight the final hunting season and regulation meetings being held across Wyoming the first week of April