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Together, we can keep Wisconsin’s hunting tradition going strong for future generations. Follow public health guidance to stop the spread of COVID-19. Test your deer for CWD and properly dispose of your deer carcass.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources board members pressured agency leaders this week to use softer terminology to describe counties affected by chronic wasting disease, saying the current wording paints such a dire picture that deer hunters might go elsewhere.

The Department of Natural Resources' five-year Southwest Wisconsin deer and predator study is underway, starting with animal capture and release of deer, coyotes and bobcats.

LAS VEGAS – Wildlife-agency biologists, national conservation groups and hunting-industry representatives who met Wednesday at the annual Shooting, Hunting and Outdoors Trade Show agreed chronic wasting disease poses a major threat to the nation’s elk, moose, mule deer and white-tailed deer herds.

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