The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners will meet Friday and Saturday at the Clark County Government Center Commission Chambers. Friday’s meeting is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. and Saturday’s meeting at 8:30 a.m.
On the agenda are upland game and furbearer seasons, possible changes to the order in which certain big game tag drawings take place, and funding for wildlife conservation projects in Nevada.
Commission General Regulation 466 “revises the order in which the Silver State Tag drawing, PIW (Partnership in Wildlife) drawing and main drawing for tags are conducted.” The regulation also “authorizes an applicant for a nonresident restricted guided deer hunt to apply for a non-resident deer tag in the Partnership in Wildlife and the Silver State tag drawing in the same year.”
The full meeting agenda and support material is available online at ndow.org.
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