Hunters, you can help track populations by filling out Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey November 20, 2013

Wisconsin Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

Hunters, you can help track populations by filling out Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey November 20, 2013 WDNR News
...  we are encouraging hunters to help track wildlife populations by recording your observations through the Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey... This is a great opportunity for hunters to inform wildlife biologists what they are seeing, said Brian Dhuey, survey manager for the Department of Natural Resources. “With the help from hunters, we can better track population changes and improve our management decisions, especially for animals that are difficult to monitor such as bobcat.”
    The frequency of deer sighted, or deer per hour, varies widely by region with the high located in the Western Farmland (0.79 deer per hour) and the low in the Northern Forest (0.33 deer per hour). 


These articles have been reviewed for relevance and content.  Some links to the original article may no longer be active.

Related News and Information