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Dick Ellis Blog:
9/5/2019
Mourning Doves serve as door to new seasons Micah and I will walk again into a new hunting season this afternoon like we’ve walked together into eight Septembers before. Mourning doves are calling us now, more as a way to shake the dust off and welcome a new autumn than anything else. Later it will be more “serious” pursuits of pheasant and duck. Almost certainly, my brother John and his lab Dylan will join us again today as th...
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Baiting and feeding ban in Oneida, Forest and Vilas counties will begin Jan. 11

 RHINELANDER, Wis. -- A ban on baiting for hunting and feeding
deer for recreational viewing or other purposes in Oneida, Forest and Vilas
counties will take effect Jan. 11, 2016 due to the detection of chronic
wasting disease in captive white-tailed deer on private land in Oneida
County reported in December.
Forest and Vilas counties are within a 10-mile radius of the Oneida County
property on which a CWD-positive deer was found. State law requires that the
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources enact a ban on feeding and baiting
of deer in counties or portions of counties within a 10-mile radius of a
captive or free-roaming domestic or wild animal that tests positive for CWD
or tuberculosis. As of Jan. 11, baiting and feeding of deer will be
prohibited in 41 Wisconsin counties.
Individuals may still feed birds and small mammals, provided the feeding
devices are within 50 yards of a human dwelling and at a sufficient height
or design to prevent access by deer.
For more information regarding baiting and feeding regulations and CWD in
Wisconsin, visit the department's website, dnr.wi.gov<http://dnr.wi.gov/>,
and search keywords "bait<http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/hunt/bait.html>" and
"CWD<http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wildlifehabitat/regulations.html>"
respectively.