National Deer Alliance (NDA) believes strongly that member input on important deer and hunting issues is critical, and will use this information to inform managers and state and federal wildlife agencies whenever possible.
Here are the results from the most recent polls taken in the weekly newsletter by NDA members.
|In last week's survey, we learned that almost half of respondents either own a hunting camp, or are a regular guest at one. If you do not currently own a hunting camp or camper/tent for the primary purpose of having a place to stay for your hunting and ot May 29, 2019|
|A lot is made of regular outdoor traditions being an important aspect of the future of hunting, and particularly deer hunting. Do you believe this is true? May 29, 2019|
|Would you characterize yourself as someone who looks forward to the traditions associated with deer hunting as much as the hunt itself? May 29, 2019|
|Thinking about your favorite deer hunting related tradition, how would you react if that particular tradition ended? May 29, 2019|
|It would likely be the end of my deer hunting career.||3.8%|
|I would be disappointed, but life, and my deer hunting career would go on.||81.6%|
|I'm a hunter first, so associated traditions aren't that important to me.||14.5%|
|Do you currently own a hunting camp? For the purposes of this survey, and hunting camp is defined as a place separate from your residence that you travel to primarily for hunting purposes. It does not have to have a permanent structure. May 22, 2019|
|If you do not currently own a hunting camp, have you owned one in the past? May 22, 2019|
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