Wisconsin DNR urges people to document deer sightings

“Monitoring deer reproduction has always been part of our deer management program. Yearly since 1960, DNR employees have reported location, deer type and the number of deer seen from dawn to dusk for the summer months. These data help to determine the fawn-to-doe ratio and ultimately deer population estimates.”(Wisconsin DNR)

MADISON, Wis. (WSAW) – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is asking people to report deer sightings of bucks, does and fawns until Sept. 30.

Operation Deer Watch will provide important data for deer management. Participants can do this through a computer or smartphone. No registration is required… More about this article in the link below…


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