A printing mistake by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources could givesome Iowa wild turkeys a reprieve. D-N-R spokesman Alan Foster says one ofthe designated hunting zones was left off the license application. He says the D-N-R has talked with the county recorders that sell the turkeyhunting licenses, asking them to let hunters know about the mistake. He saysthey still want hunters to hunt in the new zone and they can do so bywriting in zone 8 as one of their choices.Foster says the mistake may keep down the number of hunters signing up forthe new zone. The new zone in north-central Iowa has highway 69 on its west border, thenorth by the Iowa/Minnesota border, the east by highway 63 and the south byhighway 20.
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