From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources
-- The Indiana Natural Resources Advisory Council will review suggested changes to several hunting and trapping regulations during its June 10 meeting at The Garrison, Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis.
License types and fees, hunter education and hunting coyote, opossum, rabbit, raccoon, squirrel and exotic mammals will be discussed based upon suggestions submitted by the public at the request of the Natural Resources Commission comprehensive review of Indiana’s fish and wildlife rules.
Nearly 1,000 suggestions were submitted to the NRC, an autonomous group that oversees the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
The June 10 meeting is the first of five meetings at which public testimony on suggested changes will be received. Additional meetings will take place in July, August, September and October, after which the Advisory Council will submit its recommendations to the NRC in November. Additional information, including details about upcoming Advisory Council meetings, is available at IN.gov/nrc/2403.htm.