- Wisconsin deer hunters are being asked to fill out two new surveys for the DNR.
The first asks hunters for their perceptions of local herds.
The DNR wants to know if they believe the deer population in local management units has grown or shrunk.
They also want to know if the right number of permits is issued for each units.
The second survey looks at broader questions.
That includes if the DNR should use recommendations on Chronic Wasting Disease.
Those came from researcher James Kroll.
The surveys will be available online as well as at a number of public meetings.
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