(Provided by MDNR)

Starting today, you can check your fall turkey application results by visiting www.mi.gov/turkey.

On August 21 at 10 a.m., those who applied for a fall hunting license and were not successful will be able to buy remaining turkey licenses online at www.mdnr-elicense.com or anywhere DNR licenses are sold.

And on August 28 at 10 a.m., all remaining licenses are available to anyone, including those who did not apply.

The 2017 fall turkey season runs Sept. 15 to Nov. 14. A total of 51,350 licenses are available, including 4,650 general licenses and 46,700 private-land licenses.

For more information, visit mi.gov/turkey.


(Provided by MDNR)

Starting today, you can check your fall turkey application results by visiting www.mi.gov/turkey.

On August 21 at 10 a.m., those who applied for a fall hunting license and were not successful will be able to buy remaining turkey licenses online at www.mdnr-elicense.com/Welcome/Default.aspx or anywhere DNR licenses are sold.

And on August 28 at 10 a.m., all remaining licenses are available to anyone, including those who did not apply.

The 2017 fall turkey season runs Sept. 15 to Nov. 14. A total of 51,350 licenses are available, including 4,650 general licenses and 46,700 private-land licenses.

For more information, visit mi.gov/turkey.


(Provided by IDNR)

The Indian DNR is asking the public to help it monitor summer production of wild turkeys during July and August and record sightings through a DNR web-based survey.

This online system allows for broader coverage across the state and greater participation from the public.