• Image via MI DNR
      Image via MI DNR With whitetail numbers continuing to rise and the city contemplating bringing in hired sharpshooters at a cost of some $30,000, members of the local humane society are lobbying Ann Arbor to let them handle the problem instead by using non-lethal methods.  The problem Ann Arbor residents in the past three years have seen a steady increase in deer sign, especially in Ward 1 and 2. This includes reports that they have experienced an increase of deer in their neighborhoods, [...]
  • fawn by dnr
    White tail deer, such as those found in abundance across all of Michigan, rut in the fall and winter which leads to thousands of cute little baby deer being born from late April to about mid-July of the following year. When born, these fawns will have a more reddish coat than their parents will, and are covered with hundreds of small white spots. These spots help the fawn blend in with the myriad of blooming wildflowers and weeds in the spring and summertime when it is born. As a bonus [...]
  • elk
    A set of three bills in the state Senate could see those convicted of poaching Michigan’s large game species out of season take a beating on their pocketbooks, with fines jumping to over $5,000. The legislation, introduced in March, passed out of committee in April and has been sent to the floor. Combined the bills would revamp the current fines for elk, bear and moose as well as expand the length of time that those convicted of poaching such game would be subject to a suspension of hunting [...]
  • Doe in winter, via DNR
    A proposal on the table by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources following declining harvest figures for white tails in the Upper Peninsula includes the nuclear option of canceling the 2015 hunt. “The range of options run the gamut of most extreme to least extreme…the most extreme thing we could do is shutting down the deer season in the UP and the least extreme is do nothing because we already have very conservative recommendations,” said Chad Stewart, Deer Management [...]

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It seems every year as I head out to my gun stand, I find more and more things to take with me. In my quest to balance everything, I came upon the idea of getting a flashlight mount for my shotgun so I would have one less thing to juggle going out in the morning or coming back at night. Is this legal to do??


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