The Pennsylvania hunting and furtaker license year begins July 1 through
June 30 of the following year. If you have questions regarding hunting or
furtaker license purchase, please call the License Division at 717-787-2084 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The illegal shooting or taking of big game or protected, endangered or
threatened species, or any crime against those species should be reported
through Operation Game Thief. Other violations should
be reported to the Centralized Dispatch Center at 1-833-PGC-HUNT (1-833-742-4868) or 1-833-PGC-WILD (1-833-742-9453). A dispatcher will contact
the warden serving the county in which the violation is taking place as
quickly as possible.
All emergencies should be directed to the Centralized Dispatch Center by calling 1-833-PGC-HUNT (1-833-742-4868) or 1-833-PGC-WILD (1-833-742-9453).
dispatcher will contact the warden serving the county in which the
emergency is taking place. We appreciate your concern for wildlife. Please keep
in mind that our officers cover large expanses of land and necessarily
prioritize their work load. Mother Nature is sometimes difficult to see in
Should be reported to the Centralized Dispatch Center. A variety of
entities handle road-killed deer removal throughout the state and the dispatch center can clarify the proper authorities to notify based on the location of
PERMITS for deer and turkey only: Residents can pick up deer
and turkey only for consumption purposes and must obtain a permit within 24
hours. Consumption permits are issued from region offices. Calling the Centralized Distpatch Center will connect you to the region office that serves the county where the animal is located.
A Game Warden can be reached by first contacting our Centralized Dispatch Center at 1-833-PGC-HUNT (1-833-742-4868) or 1-833-PGC-WILD (1-833-742-9453).
Comments regarding seasons and bag limits may be submitted here - Submit A
Comment. Please note that we are not able to
respond to every inquiry.