According to Michigan DNR statistics, more than 7,500 people 80 years old or older bought a deer hunting license in 2016 and sales this year point toward that trend continuing.
Wakefield and Watersmeet check stations help ‘Keep the U.P. CWD free’ efforts.
Todd Switala has always been a volunteer. He’s coached Little League baseball, swim and soccer teams, led Cub Scout and Boy Scout groups, and he puts on an annual youth sucker-fishing tournament near his home in Sterling, where he serves…
If confirmed positive, the 1.5-year-old buck, harvested in Sidney Township, would be the 11th free-ranging deer in Michigan found to have CWD.
One of the winners also drew an elk tag and, and when all was said and done, both he and his son harvested 6-by-6 elk on the same day.
While Michigan pheasant populations have been in decline for several years, pheasants can be found in southern Lower Michigan and in some areas of the Upper Peninsula, according to the Michigan DNR, with the best counties for pheasant hunting in…
In Michigan, Hunting Access Program offers private land for hunting, boost for Pheasant Restoration Initiative
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the program in the state, created in 1977 to increase public hunting opportunities in southern Michigan, where 97 percent of the land base is privately owned.
Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan have seen gains in wild bird populations for 2017, while Minnesota showed a decrease in population.