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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Weekly Digest Bulletin

DNR Weekly News Update for September 17, 2019

Weekly News Update

September 17, 2019

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Statewide Regular Season Duck Zones Open Sept. 28

MADISON, Wis. - Duck hunters in the North, South and Mississippi River zones will begin another fall duck hunt one-half hour before sunrise on Saturday, Sept. 28.



Regular duck and Canada goose seasons open Sept. 28 - Photo credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service


 

Waterfowl hunters asked to do their part to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species

MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin hunters will be able to hit the waters soon for the 2019 waterfowl hunting season. Opening weekend for wild ducks, Sept. 28-29, also begins the fourth year of aquatic invasive species outreach to waterfowl hunters.



Dog fur and life vests can hide mud, seeds and even small snails. Waterfowl hunters can do their part to make sure they are not transporting aquatic invasive species. - Photo credit: DNR


 

Hunters, Landowners Reminded to Check if Baiting and Feeding is Banned in their County

MADISON, Wis. - Before taking part in upcoming hunting seasons or placing feed for wildlife, hunters, landowners and wildlife enthusiasts should verify which counties currently prohibit wildlife baiting and feeding activities by searching the Department of Natural Resources website, dnr.wi.gov, for baiting and feeding.



Hunters are reminded to verify whether there is a baiting and feeding ban in their county before going afield. - Photo credit: DNR


 

Natural Resources Board to meet September 24-25 in Mishicot

MADISON - Requests to consider proposed rules related to increasing the operational efficiency of and simplifying the air permit process, proposed rules related to minor changes to fishing regulations, and proposed rules related to ruffed grouse management are among the topics the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board will consider when it meets September 25 in Mishicot. The board meeting will convene at 8:30 a.m. in the Southern/Northern Pines Room at Fox Hills Resort, 250 West Church St.


 

Results of 2019 Wildlife Surveys Now Available

MADISON, Wis. - The public can find the latest results for a wide variety of wildlife surveys conducted in 2019 on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' website. Survey results include population surveys and estimates, harvest results and wildlife observation reports.



Wildlife survey results for 2018 and 2019 are available on the DNR website. - Photo credit: DNR


 

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Madison, WI 53707
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