Deer Articles

New Bill Would Ban Trapping on National Wildlife Refuges

New Bill Would Ban Trapping on National Wildlife Refuges

March 20, 2017 | by National Deer Alliance
Trapping is one of the most effective management tools for predators, including bobcats, wolves, coyotes and foxes, which are major predators of deer fawns.
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New York Senator Introduces Antler Restriction Bill

New York Senator Introduces Antler Restriction Bill

March 17, 2017 | by National Deer Alliance
New York Senator Thomas F. Omara has introduced Senate Bill S4739, which aims to establish a yearling buck protection program for the state that has the highest yearling buck harvest rate in the country.
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On the heels of a scathing February 20 article by reporter Tony Kennedy of the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the National Deer Alliance (NDA) is calling for an immediate investigation by the Minnesota Office of the Legislative Auditor of the Board of Animal Heath...
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Several Deer Hunting Bills Considered by Maine Legislature

Several Deer Hunting Bills Considered by Maine Legislature

February 21, 2017 | by National Deer Alliance
March 2, 2017, is an important day for Maine's deer hunters. The Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee will be hearing eight bills that day which range from antler restrictions to the prioritization of issuing antlerless permits to veterans.
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NDA Featured on Recent Tradgeeks Podcast

NDA Featured on Recent Tradgeeks Podcast

February 9, 2017 | by National Deer Alliance
Tradgeeks is a traditional archery forum and blog for the next generation archer. NDA President and CEO, Nick Pinizzotto, was a recent guest on the Tradgeeks Podcast.
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Congressman Chaffetz Must Take Next Step and Withdraw HR 622

Congressman Chaffetz Must Take Next Step and Withdraw HR 622

February 8, 2017 | by National Deer Alliance
Local Law Enforcement for Local Lands Act (H.R. 622), introduced by Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), would transfer the law enforcement and management of millions of acres of federal lands to local law enforcement agencies.
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