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Deer Hunting Report Cards Provide Valuable Information


January 12, 2008
Saturday AM

Larry Dickerson, Wildlife Biologist, Craig Ranger District, reminds Southeast Alaska hunters who hunted deer in Game Management Unit 2 (Prince of Wales Island) that they are required to complete and submit their Deer Hunting Report Cards which were provided with the Deer Harvest Tickets. Dickerson said this includes all federally qualified and non-federally qualified hunters who hunted in 2007.

This deer harvest information is critical and provides valuable deer management information said Dickerson. He said reporting your harvest helps to promote objectives toward managing a healthy and productive deer herd that will continue to provide subsistence, sport, and recreational opportunities today and into the future.

"If you have a hunting buddy, family member, or know of someone that hasn't completed and sent in their 2007 Deer Hunting Report, please give them a friendly reminder, to do so," said Dickerson. "We appreciate you taking the time to provide this valuable information and thanks for your participation in Unit 2 deer management," he said.

If you have misplaced your 2007 Deer Hunting Report Card, please contact: Larry Dickerson, Wildlife Biologist, Craig Ranger District, US Forest Service at (907) 826-1619 or our front desk at (907)826-3271.


Source of News:

Craig Ranger Station, USFS
Craig, Alaska


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