“Free Hunting Days” are back, allowing residents to hunt without a license

OKLAHOMA (KSWO) – Oklahomans will soon have the opportunity to hunt without a state hunting license.

The “Free Hunting Days” are traditionally held on the first weekend of September, and this year is no different.

On September 3 and 4, all Oklahoma residents can participate in open hunting seasons without a license, however, other hunting rules will continue to be followed.

This year’s hunting season includes pigeons, squirrels, coyotes, raccoons, beavers, striped skunks, prairie dogs, rails and moorhen.

More information about Free Hunting Days and the rules can be found by clicking here.