Buy your Hunting and Fishing license online today! We offer multi-year packages and combos for whatever you need to stay licensed.
Support conservation in Iowa by buying a natural resource plate for your vehicle.
Make your online reservation for state park cabins, camping sites and lodges.
Iowa DNR Customer Service
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For duck and geese numbers in various survey areas, check the weekly Waterfowl Migration Report.
Purchase your Iowa Hunting License online or find a license retailer near you.
Hunters are required to report their deer harvest online or by calling 1-800-771-4692.
Report a violation using the TIP HOTLINE (1-800-532-2020) or visit the Turn in Poachers page.
Don't wait, take your class now! Check for classes, camps & workshops in your area.
Looking for an interactive map showing all public hunting lands? Check out the Hunting Atlas!
Some animals only visit our state for a short time before passing through. Learn more about our occasional wildlife visitors.
Wanting to check current quotas? We have you covered.
Welcome to Iowa! Get started on your nonresident hunt.
Check out the guide for changing your residency status.
Deer Applications [Closed June 5]
Nonresident Deer Application results will be available online the first or
second week in July. Results will be posted online and will not be given over
the phone. To access your results,
log into the online
and check under your customer identification page.
---Preference Points on Sale [Closed June 5] Preference points are sold May 7th-June 5th,
and are now closed. If you have purchased preference points in the past, you
log into your online account to see the number of points on your
Turkey Licenses Available
Nonresident Iowa spring turkey license purchases are up from last year, but if you haven’t purchased yet, there still may be a chance. View our
Leftover Quota page to see which zones and seasons are still available.
Iowa Pheasant Harvest Highest Since 2009, Quail Highest Since 2007
Iowa’s estimated pheasant harvest continues its climb and for the fifth year in a row has been higher than the previous year. In 2015, more than 56,000 hunters harvested nearly 270,000 rooster pheasants in Iowa, which is an increased harvest of 24 percent over 2014 and the highest pheasant harvest since 2009. News Release: Iowa Pheasant Harvest Highest Since 2009, Quail Highest Since 2007