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Apply to the County Deer Advisory Councils

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County Deer Advisory Council application [PDF][Word]

County Deer Advisory Councils

2017 Spring CDAC meetings

  • March 13-16, 20-23: review data and form preliminary 2017 antlerless harvest quota, permit and season structure recommendations
  • April 17-20
    • Agenda under development

Get to know the deer herd in your area: explore the new deer metrics database.

Questions or comments? Contact your local CDAC members or email DNR CDAC Webmail.

Each county in Wisconsin has a County Deer Advisory Council (CDAC) to provide input and recommendations to the department on deer management within their county. Councils work with local department staff to schedule meetings, provide community outreach and an opportunity for public input, review population data and deer impacts on forests and agriculture, develop 3-year recommendations on county population objectives and create annual antlerless harvest quotas.

Find county-specific contacts, meeting information and deer herd data.

Review county deer herd metrics and harvest information.

Learn about CDAC and how you can participate.

Locate member resources (meeting materials and templates).

Apply to sit on your county's council [PDF].

PDF version not working? Try the [Word version].
Contact information
For information on county deer advisory councils, contact:
Kevin Wallenfang
Deer and elk ecologist
Bureau of Wildlife Management
608-261-7589
or
DNR CDAC Webmail
Last revised: Monday March 13 2017