Deer hunters asked to participate in wildlife survey November 13, 2012 Wisconsin

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Deer hunters asked to participate in wildlife survey November 13, 2012 Wisconsin, WDNR News Release
... state wildlife officials are encouraging hunters to record their wildlife observations to help better track population changes and improve management decisions.
The Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey is a great opportunity for hunters to let the Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists know what they are or are not seeing while deer hunting. The easy-to-do survey has hunters recording their deer and other wildlife observations while in the field and then reporting those observations later through an online form.
     To access the survey webpage, search for “deer hunter survey” on the DNR website dnr.wi.gov. Hunters can print a tally sheet to keep track of their observations and then enter them online through January 2013. Individuals that provide their email address – which must be provided at the bottom of every form submitted – will receive a personalized summary of their 2012 deer hunting season. Hunters can also view results of previous years on the deer hunt survey page.  Hunters can also send in trail camera photos and access a trail camera gallery through the deer hunter wildlife survey page.


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