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DNR: No permits available for 2014 sharp-tailed grouse season

10:56 AM, Jun. 4, 2014
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Preliminary spring survey results show that Wisconsin's sharp-tailed grouse made it through the harsh winter. However, the long-term trend of declining sharptail numbers and evidence of reduced genetic variability are still cause for concern.

For those reasons, the Department Sharp-tailed Grouse Advisory Committee has again decided to issue zero permits for the upcoming fall sharptail season. By state law, sharp-tailed grouse will retain their status as a game species, and we are quite hopeful that the population will respond ...

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