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August 2014

What to know before you go

Be ready for the deer hunt with this helpful guide to regulation changes.

Kevin Wallenfang and Eric Verbeten

You spoke and the Department of Natural Resources listened. This fall, the deer hunting rules are changing. The good news is that folks can expect this seasonís deer hunting regulations booklet to feel a little lighter after a two–year review of the programs, techniques and rules that the Department of Natural Resources uses to manage the stateís deer herd.

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Law enforcement partners warn about mobile meth labs in the outdoors.


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Volunteer monitoring species in a marsh © Tim Oksiuta The power of citizen scientists
Harnessing the energy of volunteers who are curious about Wisconsin's environment.


Blue-winged teal © Dan PancamoTry your hand at teal hunting
New season sparks reminder to brush up on duck identification.


Farmland in Wisconsin © DNR FileLand and water conservation
Wisconsin's proud heritage.


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Burning solid waste materials on a residential property © DNR FileIllegal burning only stops with education
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