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New DNR Web Page Details Everything About White-Tailed Deer
Updated October 17, 2014 7:45 AM
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(UNDATED) - A new DNR Web page makes it easy to find everything you need to know about white-tailed deer in Indiana.

Deer.dnr.IN.gov, is a one-stop-shop for information on deer hunting, deer biology, how to respond to nuisance deer, the state's deer management strategy, scientific reports on topics such as harvest trends and disease, and more.

"Whether you're getting into deer hunting, need to keep them out of your garden, or just found an 'abandoned' fawn, this will be your place to go," said Falyn Owens, a deer research biologist with the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife.

Urban deer hunting season and archery deer season are already underway, and firearms season begins Nov. 15.

Hunters can use the Web page to research licensing requirements and regulations, download a permission form for hunting on private land, learn how to donate venison, and watch videos on tree stand safety, meat preparation and recipes.



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