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Hunting Registration for 2017-2018 is Currently Closed

Registration for 2018-2019 hunting season will begin at noon on September 4, 2018.  For the 2018-2019 season, it is expected that online hunting registration will be available at the following preserves:

Babcock Creek Preserve
Bear Creek Preserve
Bear Swamp at Red Lion Preserve
Blair Creek Preserve
Budd Lake Bog Preserve
Clarks Landing Preserve
Congleton Preserve
Crossley Preserve
First Time Fen Preserve (bow only)
Game Branch Preserve
Hagedorn Preserve (bow only)
Hamilton Preserve
High Rock Mountain Preserve
John's Woods Preserve (bow only)
Limestone Ridge Marsh Preserve (bow only)
Long-A-Coming Preserve
Mountain Lake Bog Preserve


Mt. Rascal Preserve (bow only)
Pancoast Preserve
Papakating Creek Preserve
Penny Pot Preserve
Quarryville Brook Preserve
Retreat Preserve
Richard Buhlman Preserve
Sooy Place Preserve
Sterling Hill Preserve
Straders Pond Preserve (bow only)
Sweet Hollow Preserve (bow only)
Thomas F. Breden Preserve at Milford Bluffs (bow only)
Thompsontown Preserve
Wallkill Preserve
Warren Grove Bogs Preserve
Wildcat Branch Preserve

The Trust anticipates ending the lottery for hunting at the Limestone Ridge Marsh Preserve and the Thomas F. Breden Preserve at Milford Bluffs.  Instead, the Trust plans to open these preserves for hunting with bow only.

As in the past, deer hunting will be permitted for the 2017-2018 hunting season at the following preserves without the need for registration. Registration is not required at these preserves because of the Division of Fish and Wildlife's strong enforcement presence:

Allen's Woods Preserve
Barnegat Preserve
Black Acres Preserve
Lazarus Preserve
Mulhockaway Creek Preserve
Pleasant Mills Preserve

 


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