Wisconsin Hunting News

Wisconsin DNR Offers Advanced Rifle Course
People who have taken a basic hunter education course and are looking to take their hunting skill up to another level can now enroll in an Advanced Rifle Marksmanship Course being offered by the state Department of Natural Resources.
Wisconsin Offers Beginner Deer Hunting Workshops
Youths and beginner adults who have never hunted deer before can learn the basics of deer hunting and deer ecology by applying to participate in "Learn to deer hunt" workshops that will be held this year at the Sandhill Wildlife Area near Babcock.
Wisconsin DNR Online Survey Regarding Fish And Wildlife
People who care about fish and wildlife in Wisconsin are reminded there is still time to fill out an online survey on what the state's management priorities should be over the next six years.
Wisconsin DNR Hoping for Accident Free Turkey Season
More than 100,000 hunters will take to woods and fields over the next six weeks in pursuit of the wild turkey with 2007 marking the 24th year of modern turkey hunting in Wisconsin.
Central Wisconsin Free of CWD
Sampling conducted in 19 west central Wisconsin counties during the 2006 deer hunting seasons found no signs of the fatal chronic wasting disease, indicating the disease has not spread to that part of the state, according to state wildlife officials.
Wisconsin DNR Takes Over Gray Wolf Management
Department of Natural Resources Secretary Scott Hassett joined officials from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in a wolf spotting flight from Siren to Ashland Monday, March 12.
First Youth Turkey Hunt in Wisconsin
2007 marks the first year Wisconsin youth will be able to participate in an annual youth spring turkey hunt. The hunt is designated to give youth hunters, ages 12 through 15 that have successfully completed a hunter education program, an opportunity to hunt turkeys and gain valuable hunting experiences.
Wisconsin Deer Management Meetings to be Held Statewide
The public can talk with wildlife professionals about the 2006 deer hunt and deer management unit (DMU) population estimates at Department of Natural Resources public information meetings across the state.
Michigan Gray Wolf Removed From Endangered Species List
As a result of a move by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to officially remove the gray wolf in the western Great Lakes region from the federal list of threatened and endangered species, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources now has the primary authority for managing wolves in the State.
Wisconsin to Discuss December Anterless Hunt in North
The public will have an opportunity to comment for the record on a Department of Natural Resources proposal to lift the sunset provision currently in place on the December four-day antlerless gun deer hunt in areas north of Highway 8.