Contact(s): Sawyer Briel, DNR communications, 608-282-5334
November 13, 2018
MADISON - Hunters preparing for the opening of the traditional Wisconsin nine-day gun deer season this Saturday can share their experiences with other hunters by connect with Department of Natural Resources staff on social media.
From Facebook Live to podcasts, it has never been easier to interact with DNR staff. Check out the DNR social media pages for an inside look at how work done by our staff helps improve your time afield or afloat.
We know you love spending time in the outdoors - head to our Facebook page and check out tons of great content, ranging from live segments with fish shocking crews to Q & A sessions with DNR staff. Here, you can also share your photos from time in the field.
Discover more on our Wisconsin DNR Facebook page.
The DNR Instagram page is filled with high-quality content from the field - and, if you've got photos or videos of your time in the woods, be sure to share them and tag us - we'd love to share your content!
Discover more on our Wisconsin DNR Instagram page.
You want information on the go in the field - whether you are looking to find a new place to enjoy the outdoors or thinking about building a bat house in your backyard, our YouTube page has all the content you need. Here, you'll also find our podcast and web series - Wild Wisconsin!
Discover more on our Wisconsin DNR YouTube page.
Get a behind the scenes look at all things DNR with help from our Wild Wisconsin: Off the Record podcast series. Whether you like to listen on your commute or in your treestand, podcasts give you an inside look at everything from deer to endangered species.
Think of it like reading a newspaper on your phone - head to the DNR Twitter page for daily news updates and other helpful information.
Discover more on our Wisconsin DNR Twitter page.
Gov Delivery places you in the driver's seat to choose which email updates you receive. Here, you can sign up for all types of lists, ranging from hunting to master planning. Scroll to the bottom of the DNR homepage and select the red envelope to sign up for timely email updates.
Subscribe to Wisconsin DNR Gov Delivery updates.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy way for you to be alerted when content that interests you appears on the DNR website. Instead of visiting the DNR news pages to browse for new articles and features, our RSS feeds will automatically let you know when something new is posted online. Here, you can also grab links to our podcasts to use in a podcast app of your choosing.
Discover more on our Wisconsin DNR RSS feeds page.