Expressing your opinions to state wildlife officials can give them valuable insight to what’s going on in the public and help drive management decisions.
You may not always agree with a state wildlife agency’s decisions, changes or goals, but keeping your opinions to yourself also isn’t helpful. Whether you’re in lockstep, have differing ideas or are somewhere in-between, it’s better to let them know what you’re thinking instead of being mute.
Here’s what’s going on in the next few weeks in Wisconsin, where future deer seasons will be discussed at length with the public:
Beginning Aug. 21, Wisconsin County Deer Advisory Councils will review…