Deer Trustee Report Public Survey

wurzgj01
 
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Deer Trustee Report Public Survey

Postby wurzgj01 » Fri Oct 18, 2013 7:57 pm

The WI DNR has opened a public survey link on their website asking the general public for their input regarding the 2012 Deer Trustee Report and its implementation. I provided the link below but you can also access it on the WI DNR website at http://dnr.wi.gov/ ~ keyword: Deer Trustee Report

The survey takes about 5-10 minutes to complete and easy to do.

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/trustee.html

wurzgj01
 
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Re: Deer Trustee Report Public Survey

Postby wurzgj01 » Sat Jan 11, 2014 4:34 pm

Deer Trustee Report Implementation ~ Final Report

On Wednesday, January 22, 2014 the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board (NRB) will be holding a meeting to discuss various agenda items facing our State’s natural resources. One of the agenda items up for discussion and a final vote is agenda item 3.B.8 regarding “Emergency Board Order WM-24-13(E) adoption request: related to deer management, hunting, and implementation of the 2012 White-tailed Deer Trustee’s Report - citizen testimony welcome”
http://dnr.wi.gov/About/NRB/2014/Jan/Ja ... genda.html

Agenda 3.B.8 is the final report of the Deer Trustee Report (DTR) which was created by Dr. James Kroll and his team, and revamped by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Link to Agenda Item 3.B.8:
http://dnr.wi.gov/about/nrb/2014/Jan/01-14-3B8.pdf

20-minute Video Regarding the DTR:
http://dnrmedia.wi.gov/main/Play/102f04 ... 8777393a1d

This is your last chance to submit your comments on whether you support or oppose the proposed changes in the DTR which will affect Wisconsin’s 2014 deer hunting season structure and beyond.

The NRB will decide at this meeting whether to except the final DTR as written, or whether to make changes based on citizen testimony. Once the NRB cast their vote on agenda item 3.B.8, the changes to the 2014 deer hunting season structure and beyond will be set forth and put into action.


If you would like to attend the NRB meeting in person, the meeting will be held at the…

State Natural Resources Building (GEF2) – Room G09
101 S. Webster Street
Madison, WI 53703


You can also submit your comments in writing or by telephone by contacting…

Office of the DNR Secretary
Ms. Laurie J. Ross, Board Liaison
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707-7921
608-267-7420
Laurie.Ross@wisconsin.gov
http://dnr.wi.gov/about/nrb/public.html


If you have any questions regarding the DTR, please feel free to contact…

Mr. Eric Lobner, Bureau of Wildlife Management
3911 Fish Hatchery Road
Fitchburg WI, 53711
608-275-3474
Eric.Lobner@wisconsin.gov



Thank you

wilmer thrun
 
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Re: Deer Trustee Report Public Survey

Postby wilmer thrun » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:44 am

Im liking what I am seeing. Well done. Really like bonus buck. Thank you Gov. Walker, Dr. Kroll and the volunteers that put this all together. It looks like deer hunting and management in WI is about to see some great improvements.

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Re: Deer Trustee Report Public Survey

Postby Bigfoot » Fri Jan 31, 2014 2:22 pm

call in and online registration was the biggest thing on my wish list.........no more sitting in the treestand having a deer walk in and going do i really want to go to the registration station tonight and then letting the deer walk because NO i dont

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Re: Deer Trustee Report Public Survey

Postby MZS » Fri Jan 31, 2014 8:08 pm

Bigfoot wrote:call in and online registration was the biggest thing on my wish list.........no more sitting in the treestand having a deer walk in and going do i really want to go to the registration station tonight and then letting the deer walk because NO i dont


I would not let a deer pass for that reason! That aside, I would wonder if online or call in registration might not lead to more illegally obtained deer. I am already hearing what sound like deer rifles right around dark during the bow season in our area. Some of the locals seem to consider it all part of their heritage.


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