Wisconsin Deer Population:  About 1.2 million deer in 2015 post-hunt.  In 2014 an estimated 1,182,000 white-tailed deer.  An extremely mild winter in 2015-16 has increased the population particularly in the west central agricultural regions.  Herd analysis at right.  Historical Wisconsin hunting data and news archive.
Wisconsin Deer News

Madison.com,  Sen. Kathleen Vinehout
... funds to manage Wisconsin’s fish, wildlife and habitat have not kept up with needs... The heavy reliance on license fees is concerning as the number of hunters and anglers decreases ... Maybe it’s time to spread the cost of protection over more than just the hunters and anglers ...

Deer council reviews CWD plan January 12, 2017 Wisconsin, Waupaca County News
... Wisconsin’s County Deer Advisory Councils are meeting this month to review the state’s CWD Response Plan. The state Department of Natural Resources uses the plan, which covers 2010-25, as a guide ...

  Marshfield Zoo 'Deer Video' Gets 6-Million Views January 3, 2017 Wisconsin, 
WSAU News
... a video of deer enjoying a unique "Christmas Feast" at Marshfield's Wildwood Zoo... [watch the video on their Facebook page]

Deer found near where popular buck "Bow Tie" was killed. - January 3, 2017


Deer shedding antlers early in southwestern Wisconsin December 31, 2016 Wisconsin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
... Nutrition is important, as bucks in good physical condition generally retain their antlers longer than those that are nutritionally stressed ... Widespread early antler casting may signify a nutritionally stressed herd ...

No recount needed after 2016 gun-deer season December 30, 2016 Wisconsin, Green Bay Press Gazette
... Deer season’s truly head-shaking news came from the DNR’s “Northern Forest Zone.” November’s gun-season kill in the North was 32,400, up 27 percent from 25,444 during the November 2015 season; including a 30 percent jump in the buck kill, from 18,048 to 23,445... The 2016 gun-buck kill — 24,206, including 761 from muzzleloaders — won’t reach 2012’s total of 26,981, but it’s only 7 percent higher than the five-year average...
     Hunters questioning 30 percent increase in Northern Region buck kill December 30, 2016 Wisconsin, Lakeland Times
... Gregg Walker is the publisher of The Lakeland Times, a bi-weekly newspaper out of Minocqua in Oneida County. Walker isn't taking the news of the 30 percent increase in the Northern Region buck kill at face value. He has filed a Freedom of Information Request with the DNR to get all of the hunter registration information for the Northern Region...

Bluff View Builds CWD Kiosk December 28, 2016 Wisconsin, Courier Press
... About a dozen deer heads were dropped off this year ... When there is a head or heads in the kiosk, the DNR is contacted and the heads are taken to a lab in Black River Falls to be checked for CWD by DNR biologists. There is no charge to hunters...

CWD on deer council agenda December 23, 2016 Wisconsin, Waupaca County News
... “Each council [County Deer Advisory Council] will use current CWD data, preliminary recommendations from the review committee and online public feedback to submit recommendations on action items in the plan,” ...

... We’re proposing that we have a fish and wildlife agency that manages and promotes the sports of hunting and fishing and then a separate agency that does environmental protection... 

Chronic Wasting Disease Response Plan open for public comment December 19, 2016 Wisconsin, Chippewa Herald
... The plan covers action items like CWD surveillance and monitoring, hunting season tools, captive deer regulations, biosecurity and safety, research, and public involvement... Wisconsin's chronic wasting disease response plan

Hunters knocking down number of collared deer in Wisconsin December 19, 2016 Madison
... 1,001 deer that biologists ... fitted with radio-transmitting collars from 2010 to 2014 ... Once hunting season arrives, half the forest’s bucks – whether they’re adults or yearlings with their first antlers – get shot. The biggest influences on the North’s deer population are still habitat and winter weather...

Funding, not fear, is needed in CWD fight December 16, 2016 Wisconsin, Stevens Point Journal
... no one should claim CWD hasn’t spread outside the endemic area. Not testing for it doesn’t prove it’s not there. .. many hunters won’t provide samples voluntarily. As the committee heard often Monday, hunters in areas that allow baiting and feeding often decline to submit a possibly diseased deer, fearing a positive result will trigger a baiting/feeding ban...

DNR pleased with deer trend in north, will evaluate tagging system December 14, 2016 Wisconsin, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
... Regionally, the deer kill was 111,484 (down 4% from 2015) in the central farmland, 44,891 (down 7%) in the southern farmland, 32,400 (up 21%) in the northern forest and 8,010 (down 2%) in the central forest. ... first deer season under the DNR's Go Wild! licensing system, which allows "paperless" authorization of hunting ...

Fear for the white deer December 15, 2016 Wisconsin, Isthmus 
White deer can be seen a mile away, which makes them vulnerable to coyotes and hunters — those who don’t know they’re protected animals.  Despite the love residents of the Leland-Plain area have for the wild white deer, a population that may include 25 animals in the area, hunters are believed to have killed five in the past four years...

Deer harvest numbers down December 13, 2016 Wisconsin, La Crosse Tribune
... Preliminary data from the nine-day gun deer season show a decrease in the number of deer harvested from 198,057 in 2015 to 196,785 in 2016 ...

Waupaca, City seeks input on deer December 13, 2016 Waupaca County News
 ...agreed to not consider any gun activity in the city limits to deal with the urban deer issue... There are already state regulations in place allowing people to hunt with bows and crossbows in city limits during the regular bow season.  Wisconsin Act 71 became effective in 2013...


Popular white buck illegally shot December 12, 2016 Wisconsin, Outdoor News
... People from Bear Valley who’d seen the buck many times the past five years said the buck was more tame than wild, and was fed regularly by locals. The buck didn’t spook as the ATVs approached...

State needs to keep its guard up with CWD December 10, 2016 Wisconsin, Baraboo News Republic
... we’re concerned that La Crosse County seems to be left off the map by state officials who are responsible for stemming the spread of the disease...

Discounts not the way to new hunters December 9, 2016 Wisconsin, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
... the nine-day season’s buck kill peaked at 171,891 in 1995 when the state sold 684,944 gun-deer licenses ... Wisconsin will never again routinely sell over 650,000 gun-deer licenses ... in October 2011 as a hunter recruitment incentive, I wrote that we won’t boost hunting with garage-sale discounts: “Do we have evidence that selling a $24 license for ($5) would attract and retain fledgling hunters ...

Wisconsin Deer Herd: Wasting Away? December 5, 2016 Public News Service
... While there is no evidence that CWD has spread to humans, Durkin says the infection rate in the state's deer herd has gone up every year for the past decade, and more should be done to encourage hunters to have the deer they harvest tested for the disease...

Few highlights from this deer camp December 4, 2016 Wisconsin, Starjournalnow
... The number of licenses sold in 2016 was 598,867 [gun]. In 2015 there were 612,377 licenses sold. This is the first time since 1976 the number has dropped below 600,000... see Wisconsin deer harvest summary ...

... Preliminary registration figures from the 2016 nine-day Wisconsin gun deer hunt indicate hunters registered more than 196,700 deer, down slightly from the 198,000 registered in 2015. However, the buck harvest of more than 97,800 was an increase of 5.7 percent compared to 2015.  The largest change in buck harvest occurred in the Northern Forest Zone, up 30 percent from 2015 ...

... Hunters registered 196,785 deer during the 2016 Wisconsin gun deer season, the lowest total in 34 years ... The agency sold 598,867 gun licenses, a 40-year low and the first time the number has dipped below 600,000 since 1976...

Deer Hunt 2016: Eagles suffer from lead poisoning November 30, 2016 Wisconsin, Fox11
... The birds can be poisoned by eating lead bullet fragments left behind in carcasses... We've had six Bald Eagles come in since the beginning of gun season ... It was a gut pile, because we have the large part of the slug ...

Wisconsin hunter meets unusually friendly fawn wearing an orange scarf November 30, 2016 UPI.com
... "This deer lives in the wild but is friendly toward humans and someone was smart enough to put the orange scarf around his neck to try to protect him," ...

Antlerless deer kill falls by 65 percent in Chippewa County November 30, 2016 Wisconsin, Chippewa Herald
... the action by the Deer Advisory Council was done to protect female deer and increase reproduction in the county for next year.  Last year the council chose to issue fewer antlerless tags on public land... decreasing deer population in the area, which has been noticeable in parts of the county since 2011...


...  Close to 600,000 deer hunters embraced the excitement of another nine-day gun deer season in Wisconsin, and preliminary numbers show an increase in the buck harvest, especially in the far northern counties....
     Hunters kill 196K deer during Wisconsin gun season November 29, 2016 WISN Milwaukee
... data show hunters killed 196,785 deer statewide during the season, down from 198,057 last year. The DNR also reported that it has sold 598,867 gun deer licenses through the end of the nine-day season on Sunday. That's down about 13,510 ...
... the DNR reported an increase of nearly 6 percent in buck kills from last year, with 97,892 bucks killed... Hunters took just more than 350,000 deer in 2007 ...Since 2007, the total number of deer killed during the nine-day gun deer hunt has shown a downward trend.
     Fond du Lac County sees drop in deer harvest November 29, 2016, Wisconsin, Fond du Lac Reporter
... Fond du Lac County hunters bagged 3,780 deer this season, down by more than 800 animals from last year's harvest.  ... The 2016 deer kill was down despite a statewide herd that was likely larger this year ...  The agency sold 598,867 gun licenses, a 40-year low and the first time the number has dipped below 600,000 since 1976...

Buck harvest is up across region November 28, 2016 Wisconsin, apg-wi.com
... although the statewide deer total statewide is down slightly statewide, it is up dramatically in northwestern Wisconsin...  the deer numbers that hunters are reporting are nowhere near the totals that were commonplace during the heyday of the hunt in the early 2000s but represent a substantial improvement over the relative dearth reported in the last few years...

Gun-Deer Season Numbers Are In November 28, 2016 Wisconsin, WTAQ
... hunters bagged just over 140-thousand deer this year.  That's down by about four-thousand deer from last year... The state says it sold fewer hunting permits this year...

A 3-legged deer but fewer stories are shared November 27, 2016 Wisconsin, Madison
... This year saw the elimination of back tags and the approval to let hunters don blaze pink clothing.  But while the new registration system has brought convenience, it has reduced the number of deer being tested for chronic wasting disease... “We’ve lost thousands of dollars in food and liquor sales,” ...

How to have a voice in deer herd management November 26, 2016 Wisconsin, The Northwoods River News
... County Deer Advisory Committee ... was created in September of 2014 "to gather and consider public input ... Each year the CDAC of every county sets goals for their area deer herd based on input from these various stakeholder groups... Each CDAC meeting contains a public comments period...

... The Wisconsin Ethical Hunter Award, presented annually since 1997 by a four-member committee, is seeking nominations from the public... attempts to recognize and publicize ethical hunting ..

Prized buck turns out to be 8-point doe in Wisconsin November 23, 2016 WSPA.com
... “In deer those females that might have a higher testosterone level it’s expressed with antler growth ... One out of 100,000,” ...

Opening Weekend Deer Hunters Kill More Bucks, Fewer Does November 22, 2016 Wisconsin, Wisconsin Public Radio News
... By Monday afternoon, 64,311 bucks were tagged through the state's electronic registration system, that's around 1,400 fewer than last year's opening weekend. But hunters shot 6,044 fewer does across the state compared to last year...

Chippewa County deer kill down 40 percent November 22, 2016 Wisconsin, Chippewa Herald
... the number of antlerless deer, including does, that were killed plummeted from 1,215 in 2015 to 369 this year. That’s a decrease of 846 deer, a fall of 69.6 percent... [see 2016 Wisconsin deer harvest summary]

Opening weekend deer harvest down nearly 5 percent November 22, 2016 Wisconsin, CT Post
... hunters killed 114,472 deer compared with 120,276 deer last year...

Wisconsin's opening day to gun-deer hunt, a lot lower than last year November 21, 2016 La Crosse's NewsTalk 1410AM 92.3FM
... The DNR says opening day numbers statewide were 10 percent lower Saturday...

Wisconsin's gun deer hunting season kicked off Saturday, but chronic wasting disease, a contagious illness transmitted from deer-to-deer, continues to loom over the tradition in southwest Wisconsin. - November 20, 2016


Hunters Ready For Wisconsin Deer Opener November 18, 2016 CBS Local
... Statewide harvest totals the last two years — 222,731 deer in 2015 and 222,588 in 2014 — were the smallest since 2000.  DNR figures show hunters bought 613,165 gun licenses last year, compared with nearly 695,000 licenses in 2000...

Deer disease spreads(CWD), but most hunters still don't test November 18, 2016 Wisconsin, Madison.com
... Chronic Wasting Disease is related to incurable illnesses that cause dementia and death in humans, but CWD itself hasn’t crossed the species line, so most hunters don’t take advantage of free testing offered by the state... only a few thousand of the 300,000 or more deer harvested each year are tested...

...  for the first time since 1942, the Badger State won’t require them to wear “back tags’’ showing their licenses... deer carcass tags now can be purchased online, with immediate delivery to the hunter...

... One action that many hunters would like is a kit where they can easily have their deer tested to see if it is positive for CWD... Tami Ryan, DNR wildlife health specialist, said that 52 hunters have been selected to receive a kit and training, allowing them to take samples of the retro-phyrengial lymph nodes and send them in for analysis...

Know your zones! Use the new interactive map to determine which rules apply where you hunt November 15, 2016 Wisconsin, WDNR News
... hunters should be sure to check out the online deer zone and management unit map to see which counties are classified as split Deer Management Units (DMU) in 2016... Hunters are encouraged to visit the frequently asked questions page for more information...

... No baiting or feeding is allowed in Oconto County or Menominee County following the discovery of chronic wasting disease in a deer raised on a private hunting preserve in Gillett...

Deer expected to be more plentiful for this year's gun season November 14, 2016 Wisconsin, Leader-Telegram
... Following a mild winter, hunters should find plenty of deer in agricultural areas of the state Department of Natural Resources’ 19-county west central region ... in central forest areas of the region ... biologists and county deer advisory councils are trying to build up the herd...

West Bend, City officials to discuss deer and the damage they're causing at tonight's West Bend council meeting November 14, 2016 Wisconsin, Washington County Insider
... The city is discussing whether to issue special permits to allow bow hunting to trim the deer herd in local parks...

Public land is rich resource for savvy hunters November 12, 2016 Wisconsin, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune 
... Wisconsin has 175 designated wildlife areas totaling over 572,000 acres, including 69,000 acres of long-term leased lands, open to public hunting. In addition, there are over 32,000 acres of scattered wildlife habitat properties ... of the 309,805 deer killed by hunters in all seasons in Wisconsin, only 40,061 (13%) were taken on public land ...

For your sake, tag deer ASAP November 12, 2016 Wisconsin, Madison.com
... Registering deer became easier and more convenient in 2015 thanks to electronic registration, but the state’s new ...  a survey and analysis of the 2015 deer seasons by agency researchers estimated 89.5 percent of successful hunters registered their kills...

Northeast District deer forecast November 9, 2016 Wisconsin, Waupaca County News
...after a second mild winter, we can expect more adult deer in the herd this fall ... Antlerless quotas are reduced a bit in the Forest Zone portions of the counties and held steady in the Farmland Zone ... Fawn production and survival is expected to be very good again this year in the Central Farmland Zone...

     1834 - Lafayette County - first reported crop damage by deer.   1851 - First closed season for deer, Feb. 1 - June 30; Native Americans permitted to hunt anytime.    1876 - Hunting with dogs prohibited statewide...

Deer hunting fun in angst-filled way November 5, 2016 Wisconsin, Madison.com
... Since 1998, for instance, an average of 53 percent of hunters said the herd decreased from the previous year... gun-hunters killed more than a half-million bucks (525,039) from 2011 to 2015, and averaged 105,008 bucks annually...  In 2014, 55.6 percent said it was fun, 25.3 percent were neutral and 19.1 percent said it wasn’t fun. In 2015, 52.4 percent said it was fun, 25.9 percent were neutral and 21.8 percent said it wasn’t fun...

... A family of five albino deer have been living in their neighborhood for seven years, and now residents consider them as pets, and have named them...

Wisconsin DNR continues checking for CWD cases November 2, 2016 Wisconsin State Farmer
... During the last 14 years, the trend in prevalence in adult males has risen from 8-10 percent to about 30 percent and from about 3-4 percent to nearly 15 percent in adult females ... trend in yearling males also has increased from about 2 percent to about 10 percent and from roughly 2 percent to about 8 percent in yearling females...

Deer are in the rut -- beware on the road November 2, 2016 Wisconsin, La Crosse Tribune
... The state’s ongoing battle against chronic wasting disease (CWD) has led to years where hunters could harvest deer with relaxed restrictions in most of the state’s southern counties... Sixty-seven percent of hunters reported seeing either “many fewer deer” or “fewer deer.” ...

Wisconsin's deer need your help - submit harvested adult deer for CWD sampling November 1, 2016 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources - State of Wisconsin
Wisconsin wildlife officials will continue testing harvested white-tailed deer for chronic wasting disease this year. This testing is part of the ongoing efforts to monitor the status and spread of the disease in Wisconsin... A map of the 2016 CWD sampling area [PDF] 

Environmental Issues At Forefront Of 12th State Senate District Race November 1, 2016 Wisconsin, Wisconsin Public Radio News
... Van Stippen said. "...I don't believe that the decimation of our DNR and the removal of our scientists from the DNR have been beneficial for the northwoods." ... "They messed up the deer herd in northern Wisconsin, and all you have to do is talk to the hunters about that," the Republican senator said ...

Read the Wisconsin Deer Report from 2012.  Read the Proposal to Implement Recommendations based on the report from September, 2013.  The final recommendations




Wisconsin Data: About 1.2 million deer in 2015 post-hunt.  In 2014 an estimated 1,182,000 white-tailed deer.  An extremely mild winter in 2015-16 and a mild 2014-15 winter allowed a population increase, particularly in the west central agricultural regions and northwest.  Only 38.2 percent of the 2015 deer hunt were does, a low ratio that should encourage deer growth.  Herd still recovering in the central forest.  2016 Deer Tally2016 Forecast and 2014 population recommendations.  Pre-hunt deer deer population estimated at about 1.4 million in 2013, about 1.5 million in 2012  Long lasting winters in  2012-13 and 2013-14 (worst in 20 years) have reduced deer populations.  The number of deer killed during the 2016 gun season was the lowest in 34 years, the numbers of licenses sold the lowest in 40 years.
     In 2016 the number of antlerless tags increased by 14%, reflecting some recovery for the herd, but buck-only hunts for 10 northern counties.  For 2015 WDNR eliminated anterless tags in 12 units to increase the population. Although 2014-15 winter was mild, populations have not rebounded. In Sawyer County, 40% percent of deer tracked for a study died.  To help rebuild herds 19 counties, about the northern third of the state,  had no doe hunting in 2014.  The largest "no doe" zone in 20 years.  Fawn mortality was estimated at 43 percent.  Populations in the Central Forest and the Central and Southern Farm areas fared better.  A total 612,377 licenses sold in 2015, up from 608,711 in 2014.  Sales were reduced in 2016. Deer harvest down about 15.5 percent in 2014. State population estimates based on Sex-Age-Kill model.  Only about 13 percent of the deer taken in 2015 were on public land.
    Estimated 1.14 million deer after 2011 hunting season and 1.16 million deer after 2010 hunting season.   Estimated 990,000 deer in January 2010.  Down significantly since 2000 based on legislated deer goals. Deer hunting estimated to have $1.3 billion in economic impact on the state. Hunter success in 2000 was 76 percent, about 37 percent from 1966 to 2009; 40 percent in 2013, 31 percent in 2014. In 2015 there were 458 deer farms in the state.
     Two deer in Marathon County tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in 2014.  Since 2008, CWD has been detected in 35 counties in deer or elk.  CWD was first discovered in 2001 in Dane County -- the first case of CWD found outside of the Colorado/Wyoming border region. 
     Deer management was reorganized along county boundaries in 2014, each county is forming a County Deer Advisory Council (CDAC) of six to eight members.  The state instituted an earn-a-buck policy designed to increase the doe kill, but it was abolished in 2011 by the Legislature after a poor hunt in 2009.
    In 1851, the state restricted deer hunting from Feb 1. to June 30, but Indians could hunt anytime.  In 1876, hunting with dogs was prohibited and in 1892 it was declared lawful to kill any dog running deer.  The first bag limit, two per season, was established in 1897.  In 1900 through 1942, only bucks were hunted.  To further protect the herd in 1925, the legislature closing deer seasons in alternate years, enforced through 1935.  The 1937 season was only three days and the the Conservation Commission was formed, the beginning of a significant whitetail restoration. The Commission closed deer season from 1938-1943,beginning a restocking effort with deer from Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, and relocation some deer within the state.  By 1962 the deer population was estimated to be more than 400,000. In 1989, the pre-hunt population was about 1.15 million.  About 1.3 million pre-hunt in 1990.  down to 1 million in 1993.  License sales peaked at 699,275 in 1990.  Up to an estimated 1.6 million in 1996.  The population peaked around the year 2000 when gun hunters took 442,581 deer,  more than any other state in a nine-day season, total kill of 528,494. Population and Ecology 1960 to 2003.  Deer Hunting History.
    Moose Recent peak population of about 8,840 animals in 2006, falling to 2,760 in 2013.  A 2015 aerial survey estimate of 3,450.  A 2016 estimate of 4,020.
    Elk  About 160 elk in 2014, near Clam Lake in Ashland County. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point brought in 25 Michigan elk in 1995.  64 elk were recently relocated from Kentucky.  Elk were hunted to extinction in the 1800's. 
   Wolf  The 2016 over winter population estimate at between 866 - 897, up from 746 - 771 in 2015.  The 2014 over winter wolf population estimated at 660 - 689 in 197 packs.  Approximately 800 wolves in 2013 (809 to 834), 600 to 700 in 2014, down from about 1,000 wolves in 2011.  From 40,000 to 50,000 coyotes, many of which contain wolf DNA.  Wisconsin DNR wolf monitoring page.  
    Bear  About 20,000 bears.
    Bobcats  About 2,500 in the norther zone in 2015.

 - To report a sick deer observation please call the DNR call center toll free at 1-888-WDNR- INFo (1-888-936-7463), email DNRInfo@Wisconsin.gov, or use the chat feature on the DNR website.
- To report poaching, call the DNR at 1-800-847-9367

Other useful links:
County Deer Advisory Council Public Input Interactive Map   - Wisconsin Deer Research Projects   - Snapshot WisconsinCitizen-based trail camera monitoring for wildlife populations  Operation Deer Watch - volunteers collecting data for DNR     - Deer Herd Status by County -- County Deer Advisory Councils     - UWSP White-tailed Deer Information and for Mule Deer    - Archived Public Chats with DNR related to deer management    Wisconsin - - Department of Natural Resources

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"Estimating the number of deer you have is the La Brea Tar Pit of deer managment"  Dr. James Kroll

The state has developed a survey system that uses observations from people around the state, a program that has gotten some significant press attention. Wisconsin Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey "The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is asking for your help in monitoring the relative abundance and distribution of deer and other mammalian/avian wildlife species in the state....Since deer hunters often spend many quiet observation hours in the woods, you can provide valuable information about species that are often very difficult to measure. Past efforts in Wisconsin and other states (Ohio, Iowa and Missouri) have provided wildlife agencies with valuable information for managing many wildlife species.

WISCONSIN'S DEER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Bureau of Integrated Science Services, at 608-266-0531 for more information. ... tion goals for sections of the state called deer management units.
Deer Rehabilitation Policy - WDNR June 7, 2011 Information about deer rehabilitation in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Chronic Wasting Disease Response Plan
White-tailed deer research projects
 
Petting Zoos With Deer in Wisconsin Central Wisconsin: Wisconsin Deer Park (wisdeerpark.com) in Wisconsin Dells; Here is a review from Tripadvisory.com: I go to this every year, I went multiple times on my last visit. I absolutely LOVE this place! You get one on one with deer! I love animals and nature. And being with them is just amazing. And even though it's in the city part of the Dells you don't really hear outside noise when you're there. It's really peaceful and fun. Definitely check this out if you love deer and other animals.
Southwestern Wisconsin: Peck's Farm Market East (pecksfarmmarketeast.com
Southeastern Wisconsin: Lake Geneva Animal Gardens (animalgardens.com)
Norther Wisconsin: Wilderness Walk Zoo and Recreation Park (wildernesswalkhaywardwi.com)















 

Deer Hunt Wisconsin 2014 Dr. Kroll - November 7, 2014