February 25, 2008
Dickerson said. "This week, hunters who have not reported their 2007 deer hunting information should receive another Deer Harvest Report form in the mail." 1,725 deer harvest report forms are being mailed to deer hunters that have not yet reported their 2007 deer hunting harvest.
"Deer harvest information is critical and provides a barometer to develop reliable deer population trends in SE Alaska," said Dickerson. He said as conditions for deer and deer hunters continue to change on Prince of Wales Island and in other areas of SE Alaska, it is essential to have accurate information about the deer harvest, the deer population, conservation concerns, and the level of subsistence use of and need for deer. "Reporting your harvest helps to promote objectives toward managing a healthy and productive deer herd that will continue to provide subsistence and recreational opportunities today and in the future," said Dickerson.
He added, "Please complete the form and return! We appreciate you taking the time to provide this valuable information."
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