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Archery Deer Season Opens Sept. 13 in Wisconsin

MADISON — Bow hunters will get the first opportunity to harvest Wisconsin’s premier big game animal this year when the archery season for deer starts on Sept. 13. With a projection of between 1.5 and 1.7 million deer in the state, odds are good that the bow hunters will harvest…


Wyoming Game and Fish Calendar – 8/4/2008

Aug. 5 – Leftover full price deer, elk, antelope licenses available at automated license agents Aug. 15 – Application deadline for fall turkey Aug. 15 – Leftover doe/fawn deer and antelope licenses go on sale at automated license agents Aug. 15 – Wildlife Heritage Foundation of WY golf tournament, Devil’s…


Fawning Time is Here: Leave Them Alone!

JACKSON – July is traditionally a time in Mississippi when white-tailed deer fawns begin to appear. Each year human encounters with these new-born deer occur and questions arise as to the wellbeing of the fawn. “Starting in July we begin to get phone calls and reports of fawns being found…


Rules in Place for Mentored Youth Hunts this Fall

RAPID CITY, S.D.–Following action by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, a framework of rules is in place to allow mentored youth hunting in South Dakota. The commission’s action was prompted by a law passed in the last session of the Legislature that established mentored youth hunting. Now the rules…


Wildlife Babies: Please Leave Them Alone

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish receives numerous calls each year from concerned individuals who find what they think are orphaned or abandoned antelope and deer fawns and elk calves. Many of these same people pick up the animals and take them to local veterinarians, zoos, or their…


Wildlife Resources Commission Urges People to Leave Fawns Alone

RALEIGH, N.C. – A tiny deer might look cute and very much alone, but the N.C.Wildlife Resources Commission is urging people not to approach, touch or remove any white-tailed fawns lying in the brush. At the peak of fawning season in May and June, people might see fawns left alone…


What You Should Know If You Find a Seemingly Abandoned Fawn

The end of May marks the beginning of the fawning season in Delaware, with most born during the last week of May through the first week of June. Some fawns will be born as late as August. Each year around this time, the Division of Fish and Wildlife receives numerous…


Deer don’t make good pets, so don’t adopt a ‘lost’ fawn

If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby. “Many people who come upon a solitary spotted fawn in the woods or along a roadway mistakenly assume the animal has been…


Game and Fish Commission Sets Seasons For 2008

CHEYENNE– The proposed 2008 hunting seasons were a major topic of discussion at the April 24-25 annual season setting meeting of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission in Casper. In addition to discussion about big game license changes for 2008, the Commission also discussed continued challenges to obtain access for…