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Enter your harvest ID number on big game

RALEIGH ó The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding hunters to enter their Harvest ID number on this year’s big game harvest report card.
This Harvest ID number is located beside the name of each big game species. Hunters will be required to enter the appropriate Harvest ID number when they register their harvest either online, by telephone, or through a Wildlife Cooperator Agent.
“This number will streamline the telephone and online reporting processes,” said Ryan T. Myers, a wildlife biologist and surveys and research analyst with the Commission. “It will validate the customer’s information and take them directly to the questions specific to the species harvested. This will make the system much easier and more efficient for our customers.”
For more information on reporting big game harvests in North Carolina, including a diagram of the big game harvest report card, visit the license help page on www.ncwildlife. org. For 2009-2010 big game season dates and regulations, visit www.ncwildlife.org.

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