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Wisconsin NRB wants hunters input

Old 07-25-2009, 05:29 AM
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A committee appointed by the Natural Resources Board to develop acceptable effective alternatives to earn-a-buck has developed several packages of possible deer hunting season structure changes. Citizens can offer input to the proposals through an online survey beginning July 25 at noon. After this round of surveys, a final report will be delivered to the Natural Resources Board for consideration.



Who should respond...anyone who has an interest in the Wisconsin deer herd! Send the following link below to anyone you know who may want to respond: www.wiherdcontrol.org



This survey will begin this Saturday, July 25 at noon and continue through noon on Tuesday, July 28.


The Committee welcomes visitors to this site to review the information it has gathered and its activities over the summer. Thank you for your input
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Old 08-11-2009, 11:35 PM
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When do the results of the survey become public? I'd like to see what the majority response was on a few of the questions.......
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