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Apply to the County Deer Advisory Councils

The County Deer Advisory Council application is available below. Please submit electronically. Thank you for applying! PDF|Word

Please note these appointments are for the three-year cycle, not a three-year term.

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

County Deer Advisory Councils

Fall 2017 CDAC meetings

Provide feedback regarding your county’s 3-year deer population objectives and DMU boundaries through September 22nd!

Your input will influence deer management decisions for the next three years. Public feedback will be reviewed at your county’s County Deer Advisory Council meeting in October where final recommendations for 3-year population objectives and DMU boundaries will be determined. Important dates include:

All CDAC meetings are open to the public; if you plan to provide written or spoken comments at a meeting, please fill in a comment card upon arrival at the meeting. Additionally, you may contact your local CDAC members to provide comments, or submit feedback during the online public comment period. View the list of October meeting dates.

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].

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2017 Preliminary Population Objectives

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Last revised: Thursday September 14 2017