Wisconsinites concerned about changes to deer hunting can learn more about the state’s plans this weekend. The DNR has been working on ways to implement what Wisconsin’s former deer czar James Kroll suggested. Eric Lobner of the DNR says four action teams have been handling the proposals put forth in the Deer Trustee Report. They will be presenting be presenting at an all-day meeting Saturday at UW-Stevens Point.
“We are looking for this to be product that is created and developed by the public and really looking for feedback,” says Lobner who adds Kroll will also be in attendance.
The teams have focusing on general areas of deer seasons: hunting rules, chronic wasting disease and other deer health issues, and the new “D-MAP” deer management assistance program. They are expected to finish their work in late July.