North Dakota’s pronghorn hunting license lottery has been held, and all 1,335 licenses that were made available in 12 units were issued.
Nearly 13,000 people applied for a license to hunt the animals that resemble the African antelope.
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The number of licenses issued this year is up 24 percent from last year. The pronghorn population is making a slow but relatively steady rebound from devastating winters in the late-2000s.
This year’s bow season is Aug. 30-Sept. 22. The gun season is Oct. 4-20. Only North Dakota residents can hunt pronghorn.