Michigan DNR Urges Hunters To Take The Deer Harvest Survey

LANSING (WWJ-TV) – According to an email sent to whitetail hunting license holders in our state, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wishes to invite deer hunters to report their deer hunting activity online. The information that is provided will help to evaluate hunter success and total harvest. Hunters can report their hunting activity by visiting the DNR website.

Survey results will be posted on the DNR’s website after the survey has been completed.

Important Reminders

Hunters should wait until they are completely done hunting this year before taking the survey.

Remember, it’s important for all deer hunters to participate, even if they did not hunt or harvest a deer.

After you take the survey, leave us a comment and tell us what you think about this year’s hunting season. Did you get skunked? What’s your hunting camp story?


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