Cardinal plate first introduced in 1997 rebooted in 2017
Mutilated remains of at least three deer were discovered on the side of a road in New Franklin
Funding of more than a quarter-of-a-million dollars to support 19 programs in 2017
A recent change in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife’s process allows Ohio to now propose fall waterfowl regulations in January, more than six months earlier than in past years
That’s up significantly over last year, when 12,503 white-tailed deer were checked
Marinas throughout the state have taken steps to keep Ohio’s bodies of water clean and healthy for recreational and environmental purposes
While bighead and silver carp are believed to have escaped from aquaculture ponds, grass carp were stocked intentionally in water bodies throughout many states for the purpose of aquatic plant control.
And opportunities to harvest more deer still await.
In all probability, the opportunity to make up for Ohio’s to-date deer kill will be overrun with deep snows, holiday shopping and a general lack of interest that can be traced back to deer-hunting over-exposure.