BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department has doled out hunting licenses for this year’s pronghorn season.

All 410 licenses made available this year were issued. Results of the license lottery are available on the agency’s website . Unsuccessful applicants will receive a refund.

Hunting of the animals that resemble the African antelope is popular in North Dakota, with thousands of hunters applying for the limited licenses each year.

This year’s bow season is Sept. 1-24. The gun season is Oct. 6-22. Both seasons start at noon the first day. Two hunting units are closed this year due to a decline in the pronghorn population.