Antlerless deer licenses go on sale beginning Monday.
Officials with the Pennsylvania Game Commission said only hunters with a valid general license can apply for an antlerless license.
The agency said residents of Pennsylvania are given preference in applying for the antlerless licenses.
In most parts of the state, hunters are limited to buying three licenses.
Residents can make checks or money orders payable to “County Treasurer” for $6.90 for each antlerless license they want to buy.
Nonresidents can submit their first applications a week later, Monday, July 15. Nonresidents will pay $26.90 per license.
In any Wildlife Management Unit where antlerless licenses remain after the first round of applications, resident and nonresident hunters can apply for a second license beginning Aug. 5 and a third license Aug. 19.