I can't find a link to the article, but I thought the content was worth sharing. Of particular interest to me is the recognizable prevalence data from Illinois and the fact that QDMA stands by this as an example of success. Anyone else read this recent article in Quality Whitetails with interest? Maybe our local group should advocate for targeted removal of does, to make up for hunters' lack of participation, instead of MAPRs. Seems like a more appropriate response considering the purpose of the effort.