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.
|Would you hire the services of a tracking dog to assist with the recovery of both antlered and antlerless deer? July 12, 2017|
|Both antlered and antlerless||68.6%|
|If you would not use the services of a tracking dog to help recover a deer that you shot, what is your primary concern about the practice? July 12, 2017|
|I believe it is unethical||1.7%|
|I think poachers would take advantage of the law||19.2%|
|I believe it gives hunters an unfair advantage||0.3%|
|It's up to me to recover my own deer||57.6%|
|Do you consider the use of a trained tracking dog an acceptable practice for assisting with the recovery of a wounded deer? July 3, 2017|
|Have you ever used the services of a trained tracking dog, or assisted in a search where a tracking dog was used to recover a deer? July 3, 2017|
|If legal in your state, would you use the services of a trained tracking dog to help with the recovery of a deer that you shot? July 3, 2017|
|If you are willing to shoot deer that has fawns with it during hunting season, what is the main reason? June 28, 2017|
|It's easier to be sure I'm shooting an adult when there are fawns to compare it to.||8.2%|
|I don't feel as bad about shooting an adult doe if her fawns appear able to survive on their own.||41.8%|
|There is a need to lower deer numbers in my area.||9.7%|
The NDA’s mission is to ensure the future of North America’s wild deer, wildlife habitat, and our hunting heritage. Learn more about NDA and take advantage of our no-cost membership. You can’t make an impact if you don’t get involved. Join now.