BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- Time is running out for hunters to apply for North Dakota pronghorn licenses for the upcoming limited season.
The state Game and Fish Department says Wednesday is the deadline. Only North Dakota residents are eligible to apply.
A new state law requires residents age 18 and older to prove residency on the application by submitting a valid North Dakota driver's license number or a state non-driver photo identification number.
North Dakota will have a limited pronghorn hunting season this fall for the first time since 2009. The season is open only in unit 4-A, the far southwestern corner of the state.
A total of 250 any-pronghorn licenses are available. The season is split into an early ''bow-only'' portion Aug. 29-Sept. 28 and a later gun/bow season Oct. 3-19.