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Permits allowing hunters to take antlerless deer in NY available again in some areas Nov. 1


ALBANY, New York — New York state environmental officials are making some deer management permits available to hunters again starting Sunday.

Deer management permits allow hunters to take antlerless deer in specified wildlife management units as a way to control populations. The permits being offered starting Nov. 1 will be for more than a dozen wildlife management units around that state with remaining permits.

The permits will be issued on a first-come, first-serve basis at state hunting license sales outlets. The application fee is $10. Applicants who previously paid the fee will not be charged.

A list of units with available permits can be accessed at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/6399.html.

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