PRATT – In an effort to better serve license buyers, the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) has upgraded more than 30 types of annual licenses beginning in 2018, making them valid for 365 days at no additional cost. In years past, most Kansas outdoor licenses and permits expired Dec. 31 of each calendar year, regardless of purchase date, leaving many late-season hunters and anglers with a short amount of time to use their licenses before expiration.
Now, Kansas license buyers can enjoy many of their favorite annual licenses for 365 days from the date of purchase, regardless of when they choose to buy. Even better? Many of those 365-day licenses can be automatically renewed each year, ensuring hunters and anglers never forget to buy a license and miss a day in the field or on the water.
Examples of licenses and permits that are valid for 365 days include Resident Annual Combo (Hunt/Fish) licenses, Disabled Veterans licenses, National Guard licenses, Apprentice licenses, Furharvester licenses, select fishing permits and more. To see the complete list, visitksoutdoors.com/365-licenses.
It’s not often you get more for less, but every now and then you do; This is one of those “now and then” times for Kansas outdoor enthusiasts.
For more information on auto-renew, visit ksoutdoors.com/auto-renew