NH Hunting Season Results - Preliminary Totals for Deer, Bear, Turkey December 21, 2015 New Hampshire

New Hampshire Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

     The unofficial deer kill for New Hampshire’s 2015 hunting season was 10,912, down 4% from the 2014 final kill of 11,396. Based on this estimate, the 2015 total is very similar to the 20-year average of 10,896. Deer hunting seasons are now closed in the state.  "With nearly 11,000 deer taken by hunters, it has been another very good overall season in New Hampshire,” said Dan Bergeron, the N.H. Fish and Game Department’s deer biologist. He noted that the physical condition of the deer he inspected at biological check stations this fall was excellent.  The 2015 harvest represents about 11% of New Hampshire's pre-season population of about 100,000 deer.
     The unofficial deer kill for New Hampshire’s 2015 season by county, with comparisons to previous years, can be viewed at www.huntnh.com/hunting/deer-harvest.html.  The official harvest total will be made available after all deer registration data are entered and verified.



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