DNR continues CWD surveillance, information efforts in Upper Peninsula

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has stepped up its surveillance and information efforts in the wake of the Upper Peninsula’s first case of chronic wasting disease being confirmed Oct. 18 from Dickinson County’s Waucedah Township. A 4-year-old doe killed in September on a deer damage shooting permit tested positive for chronic wasting disease. The […]
Source: Hunting News

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