The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Michigan State University Diagnostic Center for Population and Illinois, Indiana and Ohio The DNR has received numerous calls from hunters who have asked if deer seasons will be. The high holly days of early mornings and late evenings of the 201314 Indiana deer season have begun Within the Hunting and Trapping Guide is a map on page 25 showing the number of bonus deer antlerless per designated. Its sort of a bonus season the state has established to decrease Indianas whitetailed deer population Stewart says it is working number of where we want it to be For a map of counties affected by the changes, go to Wild Bulletindnr. McFadden, who is the president of the an organization titled Quality Deer Management Association, first approached the board in October advocating the opportunities to educate younger hunters and to manage the burgeoning population of. Deer populations in those states have adjusted and remain stable A die off in one local area can deplete the deer population map showing the number of deaths from the disease by county, as well as a link to the report form, see. This map shows the area covered by a new University of Utah study that concludes a population boom and resulting scarcity of wild covered by the study includes most of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky,. It has been an informative month for deer hunters concerned about Indianas deer population and the way it has been managed by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources In its annual deer harvest report, the DNR recently. Wildlife biologists suggest controlled hunting to pare the population If you love the outdoors and fresh air and a good place to bring the family, this is it, Carrie Ridinger said Controlled hunts proposed after deer population threatens. Last week Gov Mike Pence signed broadly supported legislation to establish rifle seasons for the Indiana deer hunters, despite push back from state conservation authorities The measure, introduced by House Republicans in January. Sipes said the Indiana Department of Natural Resources significantly changed its philosophy of a more "hands off approach" when it came to deer management after observing some of the harmful effects of a highdensity deer.