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HONOLULU — A new hunting season opens runs July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022.
Effective Tuesday, June 15, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Forestry and Wildlife will begin issuing hunting licenses and stamps for this new season.
DOFAW offices have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hunters can purchase licenses and stamps online by credit card. Individuals without internet access or needing other purchasing options can contact DOFAW offices by phone. The Kaua‘i office is 808-274-3433.
Valid hunting licenses are required for hunting on public and private lands.
For additional information, call the Kaua‘i DOFAW office.
I’m from West Virginia. My parents was from there. In your approach to health, do you use church ? As in “bind the spirit of infirmity” ? Or do you use science. This means Bible on the other. Some like Mexico use witchcraft. That is another story. I am for Mexico. 100%. Do what ever works, witch.
Hunting. The spread of viruses is about to increase. 1:2 or something. These fees are useless.
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