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Leftover fall turkey licenses go on sale Aug. 30

The Department of Natural Resources and Environment reminds hunters that leftover fall turkey licenses go on sale online and at all license vendors at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 30. More than 30,000 licenses are available, the bulk of them in southern Michigan.

Most of the available licenses are for private land only, though there are some general licenses in some areas. A hunter may buy one license per day until the unit quota is reached.

Fall turkey season opens Sept. 15 and runs through Nov. 14.

“Fall turkey season provides a great opportunity for hunters to get a bird for their Thanksgiving dinner,” said DNRE upland bird biologist Al Stewart. “And because the season runs through Nov. 14, it gives archery deer hunters the chance to harvest another game animal.”

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