Deer Hunting: Check Stations 2013
2013 Deer Check Station Information
As the 2013 Michigan deer hunting season gets underway , Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wildlife officials remind hunters that the DNR would like to check as many deer as possible during all the deer seasons to continue gathering critical data of Michigan's deer herd. The data is important for monitoring the herd's health and determining population size.
The DNR will test any deer that is identified as "suspect" for chronic wasting disease (CWD) and bovine tuberculosis (TB). The DNR will also collect samples of deer from areas where disease concerns have been identified, which include the five counties in the Northeastern Lower Peninsula within the TB area, as well as Iosco, Shiawassee, Cheboygan, and Emmet counties.