Oct 11, 2013 at 5:54 am
MADELIA, Minn. (KNSI) At the community celebration banquet for the Minnesota pheasant hunt opener Friday night, Gov. Mark Dayton and DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr will unveil a new critical habitat license plate design of a ring-necked pheasant.
The new plate will be in addition to the current loon, chickadee, deer, buck, fishing and ladyslipper designs that Minnesota motorists can choose from.
The new plate will be available at all registrar offices statewide within a month.