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Monday, July 22nd, 2024

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Monday, July 22nd, 2024

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Are whitetail hunting changes coming to Michigan?

The Deer Management Initiative in Michigan was created to evaluate and respond to present-day deer management challenges in the Upper and Lower peninsulas. Some 2,500 people applied to participate – the majority for the Lower Peninsula team. (Stock photo)

The Michigan DNR’s Deer Management Initiative – which involved two series of virtual meetings (a series in each peninsula) – has concluded and resulted in an order generated by the recommendations that the Natural Resources Commission will consider. If the NRC adopts the order, it could result in some significant regulation changes for the upcoming deer season.
The DMI, aimed at evaluating and responding to present-day deer management challenges in the Upper and Lower peninsulas, was the result of a request by the NRC in late 2023. The DNR acted quickly, requesting volunteers, appointing working groups, and holding the first meetings in late February. By the end of April, it had finished its work.

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