Brochure - Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
Lifetime Permit Application (cont. from inside) Name Address City State Zip Date of Birth Mo. Day Yr. Sex Height Weight Color of Hair Color of Eyes Last 4 digits of SS # (required by federal law) Hunter Ed. number Permitee’s Daytime Phone Purchaser’s Daytime Phone Signature of Applicant / Donor State where Certified q Check here, if this is a gift. Indicate where permit or stamp and gift card are to be sent: Name Address City State Zip q My check or money order is enclosed. q Charge to my q VISA q MasterCard Credit Card No. Exp. Date 3-digit card verification Number on back of card Lifetime Permits and Lifetime Stamps For residents and nonresidents Now available online at www.outdoornebraska.org Nebraska Lifetime Permits and Stamps are the bargain of a lifetime for both the outdoor enthusiast and for Nebraska’s wildlife and fisheries resources. For the dedicated hunter or angler, the permits and stamps offer virtually unlimited recreational opportunities. Depending on the lifetime permit purchased, they eliminate the need for the annual small game hunt, resident fur harvest, fishing or combination hunt/fish permit. At the same time, money from their sale goes into a special escrow account, and only the interest can be used each year. This means that the wildlife and fisheries management can enjoy an increasingly stable financial base as the years go by. In the past, lifetime permits have been available to only residents of Nebraska. As of January 1, 2006, non-residents can also purchase lifetime permits. Once these permits are issued, they are valid for the holder’s lifetime, regardless of his or her place of residence at a later date. There is no age limit for Lifetime Permits, meaning parents, grandparents or others can purchase permits for children of any age provided they have a Social Security Number for the child. What Do I Get? The Game and Parks Commission feels that a Lifetime Permit should live up to its name and last a lifetime. Therefore, in addition to the regular paper license, each permit or stamp comes with a handsome enameled brass plate, engraved with the person’s name, permit number and date of birth, and an attractive carrying case. Since either the paper license or brass plate are accepted when afield, some folks have chosen to have the brass plate mount ed for display in their dens or offices. As an added convenience the annual stamps can be purchased online at OutdoorNebraska.org and can be printed on the paper copy of your lifetime permit. How Can I Obtain Lifetime Permits and Stamps? Lifetime Permits and Stamps are available online at OutdoorNebraska.org, or mailing in an application to the Lincoln office or purchasing them at Game and Parks offices that sell electronic permits.