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Deer season media packet now available

Published by Central Office October 30, 2018

Contact(s): Sawyer Briel, DNR communications, 608-282-5334

MADISON - With the archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons well underway, the 2018 deer season media packet is now available online.

Following this initial version, the packet may be updated with more information as the nine-day gun deer hunt approaches. The current version of the 2018 media packet can be found at dnr.wi.gov, keywords "Wild Wisconsin" and "deer" - scroll to the bottom of the each page and select the tab labeled "2018 Deer Season Media Packet."

The 2018 deer season media packet contains the following information:

For more helpful deer season content, check out the Wild Wisconsin web and podcast series -Department of Natural Resources staff cover everything from field dressing to public land hunting. All series segments can be found at keywords "Wild Wisconsin."


Deer Hunt 2018

For hunters who take their phone with them in the field, don't forget to download the department's new free hunting app - Hunt Wild Wisconsin. From mobile mapping to shooting hours on the go, this app will help hunters improve their time in the outdoors. A helpful tutorial is also available online. Visit dnr.wi.gov and search keywords "hunt app" to learn more.

For more info throughout deer season, be sure to follow DNR on our social media pages - visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword "connect." Here's to a safe and successful deer season!

Last Revised: Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Contact information

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The Office of Communications connects journalists with DNR experts on a wide range of topics. For the fastest response, please email DNRPress@Wisconsin.gov and the first available Communications Specialist will respond to you.

For more information about news and media, contact:
Sarah Hoye
Director Of Communications
Office Of The Secretary