Conservation Congress seeks more public input on long-term deer management September 29, 2014 Wisconsin

Wisconsin Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

... “The decisions on the direction of the deer population has never had an opportunity for such public input in the state of Wisconsin,” ... 

County deer groups seek management goals October 2, 2014 Wisconsin, Outdoor News
... The first round of county deer advisory council meetings is nearing completion throughout each of the 72 counties in Wisconsin. The gatherings will collect public opinion and offer the DNR advice and suggestions on local deer populations, antlerless quotas, and season options... As recently as 2007, 5,468 deer were shot in the county, now down by more than 50 percent to 2,609 in 2013...

Second Deer Council meeting is Oct. 21 October 5, 2014 Wisconsin,  WisNews
... Deer population objectives for Dodge County during the next three years will be the main topic of discussion at the second County Deer Advisory Council meeting ... Citizens are encouraged to attend their CDAC’s October meeting and provide comments to the council.... Many county councils have vacant seats ...

DNR seeks volunteers to join deer goal-setting teams October 7, 2014 Wisconsin, southernminn.com 
...People interested in helping the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources establish deer population goals for large portions of northeastern, north-central and east-central Minnesota can apply online atwww.dnr.state.mn.us/mammals/deer/mgmt.html. ...Goal-setting blocks consist of multiple deer permit areas that have been grouped by habitat type...

Hayward WI
... To make citizens/hunters a real player in the deer management equation, in 2014 the state established County Deer Advisory Councils ... Three other appointed members, representing tourism, transportation, hunt/conservation, were not present. The urban members seat has not been filled... Only five members of the public were present...

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