Mule Deer Hunting News

Return Black-Tail Deer Radio Collars and Ear Tags
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife researchers ask hunters who legally harvest a radio-collared or ear-tagged black-tailed deer in the south Cascade mountains to return the collar or tag to ODFW. Radio collars can be re-used and researchers verify that the ear tag is from their project.
Spring Mule Deer Survey
Western North Dakota's mule deer population continues to increase, based on observations during the annual spring mule deer survey in April.
2001 Moose, Elk and Bighorn Sheep Harvest Report
North Dakota's moose, elk and bighorn sheep hunters had a successful 2001 season. Harvest statistics released by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department show overall hunter success was 91 percent for moose, 46 percent for elk and 100 percent for bighorn sheep.