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DNR #'S FOR REGISTERING YOUR DEER

JUST AN FYI FOR THIS WEEKEND

Here is DNR # for REGISTERING YOUR DEER

HAVE READY YOUR

Tag/Harvest Authorization Number AND Birthdate

PH: 844-426-3734

Online: gamereg.wi.gov

»» Hunters are no longer required to validate or attach paper carcass tags to a deer or turkey harvest, and are no longer required to keep the tag with the

meat following registration. Instead, hunters will carry hard copy or electronic deer tags and turkey harvest authorizations, and will use the unique tag

number or harvest authorization number to begin the registration process.

»» Upon successfully registering, the hunter will receive a 10-character confirmation number that should be retained for the hunter’s records and will be

required if the game is taken to a taxidermist or meat processor. The confirmation number indicates to a conservation warden, wildlife biologist or meat

processor that the animal has been properly registered.

»» All deer and turkey must be registered by 5 p.m. the day after recovery.

»» Although all registration is electronic, the department may require tissue sampling. CWD sampling continues in Wisconsin and hunters may be asked to

submit tissue samples from deer. The department may require in-person registration.