Nebraska approves New Mountain Lion Hunting Season

Nebraska approves New Mountain Lion Hunting Season

CREATED Jul. 26, 2013

 

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska Game and Parks commissioners have approved the creation a mountain lion hunting season to begin in 2014.
Up to four mountain lions may be killed next year in the Pine Ridge area of the Nebraska Panhandle, the only area known to have a reproducing population of the big cats.
There will be two seasons in the area, with a limit of two mountain lions for each. The first season will be Jan. 1 to Feb. 14. One permit will be issued by auction and one will be issued by lottery to a state resident.
The second season will be Feb. 15 to March 31. There will be 100 lottery permits issued to residents.
Each season will close immediately once the quota of two mountain lions or one female is met.
 
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