Deer

DEEP Backs Sunday Bowhunting Bill

Mar 20th, 2014 | By

Bowhunting deer on private property on Sundays would be permitted under a bill supported by Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Robert Klee as a deer population control measure. The bill aims to help manage Connecticut’s overabundant white-tailed deer population by allowing property owners to hunt deer on Sundays with bows. In written testimony, Klee said

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For Connecticut Deer, Sunday May No Longer Be a Day of Rest

Mar 18th, 2014 | By

The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection hasn’t done a statewide estimate for about five years, but at last count, there were around 120,000 deer in Connecticut, with the largest concentrations in Fairfield County. For more on this story, visit: For Connecticut Deer, Sunday May No Longer Be a Day of Rest | WNPR

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