Deer Hunter Forums are underway – we want to hear from you! March 22, 2013 Wisconsin

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Your deer. Your traditions. Your DNR. - March 28, 2013

Deer Hunter Forums are underway – we want to hear from you! March 22, 2013 Wisconsin, WDNR
... Deer Hunter Forums are underway statewide to collect information from you to help shape Deer Season 2013... By participating in a deer hunter forum, you can access information about your preferred deer management unit, and also provide your opinions and observations while discussing possible strategies to manage the herd with local wildlife biologist.  The schedule of 34 meetings began this week. If you haven’t already attended the meeting for your area, please click here for the schedule of remaining meetings.  If unable to attend a local meeting, you may still provide your input using anonline survey between now and April 12.  Watch the video below for more information on getting involved, or visit and search keywords “deer hunter forum.”

Wisconsin, Deer Hunt Changing? Hunters Want to Know - March 29, 2013

Attend a Spring Hearing April 8 and have an impact on conservation March 27, 2013 Wisconsin, WDNR News Release
     DNR Secretary Stepp and Conservation Congress Chairman Rob Bohmann invite you to help shape Wisconsin’s conservation legacy by attending your county’s Spring Hearing, April 8, 7 p.m.  Your ideas have had an impact, like the establishment of a free fishing weekend in the winter and the return of the nine-day deer season in the CWD zone.  
     DNR and Conservation Congress hope you’ll weigh in again this year on a variety of resource issues.  More information is available in this video, and at, search keywords “Spring Hearings.”

DNR gathers local comments on future of deer hunting March 22, 2013 Wisconsin, Juneau County Star-Times
... the future of deer hunting in Wisconsin to Mauston on Tuesday.  About 20 people attended the session, the latest planned to help the agency tap the public’s notions ...  Saemisch, who said he is a believer in Quality Deer Management, a philosophy that seeks to unite property owners, hunters, and regulators in creation of a deer herd that balances the carrying capacity of the land, the desires of hunters and the needs of property owners...

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