Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey October 21, 2014 Wisconsin

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Deer Hunter Wildlife SurveyOctober 21, 2014 Wisconsin, DNR News
     Check out some of the numbers so far: Since the start of the bow season on September 13th, 1,729 hunting trips have been entered. On average, hunters spend 4 hours per tripand have rated the weather as a ‘7’ (with 1=worst 10=best). Hunters reported seeing nearly800 bucks, 2,100 does and 1,400 fawns. In addition to recording deer, hunters also reported seeing a fair number of wild turkeys (2,440), ruffed grouse (275), raccoons (295), and bears (91).  New to the Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey? Starting is easy by clicking the Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey link here. The survey runs until January 2015, all participants who enter an email address will receive a personalized report at the end of the season detailing their recorded hunts and wildlife observations. 

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