Wisconsin’s deer gun hunt is one of the most exciting times of the year for many residents, but it is important for everyone to follow the rules and regulations for gun deer season so that everyone stays safe in the woods. Here are some answers to the 10 more frequently asked questions...
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Forget the remaining ducks and geese, step aside roosters and turkeys. It's deer season. Officially the regular gun season runs Nov. 9 through Nov. 25, but make no mistake, deer season takes center stage until the tags are filled and garages are transformed into makeshift processing plants.
Between the hash marks of the season, there'll be many questions that arise. Here's a quick rundown of the more common inquiries that come into Game and Fish Department offices across the state...
Late summer and early fall large numbers of loons were recently spotted gathering on a number of lakes. However, they were not feeding and not fighting; they appeared to be partying. Why is this? Is this part of the fall migration?
Fall is an excellent time of year to start composting, or for those who already compost, to think about improvements. State air quality and fire control rules restrict the burning of yard waste in Wisconsin, and a growing number of communities have made local rules that may restrict or completely prohibit burning of yard waste because of the air pollution and fire hazard created...
The past few winters have been relatively quiet across much of central and southern Minnesota. Is there anything in Minnesota's historical weather records that indicates what type of winter we will have this year?
Why do trees change color in the fall and what determines if we have a good display on a given year?
The fall firearms deer season is fast approaching. Although it is illegal for hunters to shoot and kill any wild animal from a motor vehicle, there are some exemptions for persons with disabilities. What are they?
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, with input from the States and Flyway councils, decides the annual waterfowl hunting frameworks, which include the earliest opening and latest closing dates, maximum season length, and duck bag limits...
It appears to be that time of year for insects and diseases of trees to surface. In recent weeks a number of outbreaks have been reported. Is there anything homeowners can do to protect their trees from insects and diseases and possible mortality, regardless of tree species?
Fall is approaching, which means birds will begin their annual trek to warmer climates for the winter. When will the fall migration get underway?
Want to sharpen up your skills for the hunting season? Like any other piece of hunting equipment, it’s important to get your hunting knife in shape now so that it’s ready to use when hunting season rolls around...
Technology has improved hunting and fishing. But some pieces of equipment, such as cell phones and two-way radios, can become illegal if misused. What is the state law on the use of such communications devices?
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