Texas hunting license, stamp listings for 2013-14 seasons

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The average dove hunter will shoot six to eight shells per bird harvested.
White-winged doves have migrated farther north into Texas.

Resident hunting: $25

  • Valid to hunt any legal bird or animal (Stamp endorsement requirements apply)

Special Resident Hunting: $6

  • Valid for residents and non-residents younger than 17 and residents 65 or older (Stamp endorsement requirements apply to persons 65 and older)

Non-resident General Hunting: $315

  • Valid to hunt any legal bird or animal (Stamp endorsement requirements apply)

Non-resident Special Hunting: $132

  • Valid to hunt exotic animals, all legal game birds excluding turkeys and all nongame animals (Stamp endorsement requirements apply)

Non-resident Five-Day Special Hunting: $48

  • Legal for any period of five consecutive days and valid to hunt exotic animals, all legal game birds excluding turkeys and all nongame animals (Stamp endorsement requirements apply)

Non-resident Banded Bird Hunting: $27

  • Valid to hunt banded game birds (bobwhite quail, partridge, pheasant, mallard ducks) on private bird hunting areas

Hunting Stamp Endorsements

Archery Stamp: $7

  • Required to hunt deer or turkey during archery-only open season

Migratory Game Bird Stamp: $7

  • Required to hunt any migratory game bird (waterfowl, coot, rail, gallinule, snipe, dove, sandhill crane and woodcock. A valid federal duck stamp and HIP certification are also required of waterfowl hunters 16 or older

Upland Game Bird Stamp: $7

  • Required to hunt turkey, pheasant, quail, lesser prairie chicken or chachalaca

Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Duck Stamp): $17

  • Required for all waterfowl hunters 16 or older and is available at most post offices, all TPWD Law Enforcement offices and Austin headquarters.

For more information, check out the Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual, available wherever licenses are sold.

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