Prairie chicken lottery results search

Prairie Chicken Lottery - Applications available mid-June. Deadline middle of August. Lottery results and licenses available for purchase in August.

Check whether you were drawn for a 2015 prairie chicken hunt license by entering either your:


9-digit MDNR #:



Driver's License #:

(You must use capital letters in your license number.)


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Preference levels: Each year that you apply for a prairie chicken license and don't get drawn for one, you earn a preference point until you are drawn. If you are a first-year applicant or a previous-year winner, you are a preference level 1. The higher your preference level, the better chance of getting a license. For example, a preference level 2 has a better chance of getting a license than a preference level 1. Group preference works the same way. Some of our lottery drawings you can apply for as a group, such as this one; your group's preference is the same as the preference of the member with the lowest preference level.

Surplus Licenses

Surplus (or undersubscribed) prairie chicken licenses will be available first come first serve on Sept. 14 at noon for those unsuccessful in the lottery.

On Wednesday Sept. 16 at noon any remaining surplus licenses will go on sale to anyone even if they did not apply for the lottery.

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