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A proposed bill in the Wisconsin Legislature would end the state’s efforts to manage the Wisconsin portion of the Western Great Lakes wolf population and require state law enforcement not to take action in response to wolf killings.
Assembly Bill 455, which would eliminate the requirement that a person be at least 10 years of age to hunt with a mentor in Wisconsin’s hunting mentorship program, is sitting on Governor Walker’s desk.
Hunters need to be involved when the Michigan Bear Forum meets soon to discuss the future of bear management in Michigan.
Safari Club International encourages all sportsmen and women in Vermont to attend the meetings for and comment on the Camel’s Hump Management Unit (CHMU). The area is home to an abundance of wildlife.
On Nov. 3, 2017, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) signed an emergency rule allowing rifle cartridges that were allowed in previous seasons to be used during the 2017 deer hunting season.
Safari Club International encourages all sportsmen and women to engage in the planning process to make sure the Tonto National Forest stays open to hunting and shooting. The current plan for the Forest dates back to 1985.