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Your help requested for state deer management

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources wants you to start counting your deer sightings starting August 1st. According to a press release from the DNR, this will provide crucial data for deer management. The program is called Operation Deer Watch and doesn’t require registration. Between August 1st and September 30th, the DNR wants you to report deer sightings, including bucks, does, and fawns in an easy-to-use online form. This will help gain insight into the reproductive status for Wisconsin’s deer herds. A common way for you to participate is carrying a printable tally sheet with you. DNR Wildlife Population and Harvest Assessment Specialist Brian Dhuey called it a fun and useful opportunity for everyone to enjoy Wisconsin’s plentiful wildlife. You can learn more about Operation Deer Watch by following this link

 

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