Minnesota Deer hunting

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http://www.MinnesotaDeerHunting.org or http://www.WisconsinDeerHunting.net or http://www.Whitetailhunting.org all contain great information about deer hunting.

http://www.MinnesotaDeerHunting.org or http://www.WisconsinDeerHunting.net or http://www.Whitetailhunting.org all contain great information about deer hunting.

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  • 1. Deer Hunting
    It all starts with asking—How can I help?
    Presented by:
    John Mazzara
    612-386-7027
    john@johnmazzara.com
  • 2. Deer Hunting in Minnesota
    People hunt deer throughout Minnesota. Here, deer are abundant and typically found in the forest regions. These areas are mainly in the southeast and northern portions of the state.
    Hunters hunt for deer in Minnesota in the forest during early fall until mid-winter, depending on if they use a bow and arrow, rifle or muzzleloader.
  • 3. The deer species that can be found in Minnesota is the white tailed deer (Odocoileusvirginianus). It is a type of deer that is common in the United States .
    The deer's coat is a reddish-brown in the spring and summer and turns to a grey-brown throughout the fall and winter. The deer has a distinctive white color under its tail, which shows an alarm signal when the deer raises it’s tail.
    Deer Hunting in Minnesota
  • 4. Minnesotan deer, most commonly the white- tailed deer, begin its furrowing behavior in late October to November. During this time, bucks(male deer) are chasing does(female deer) and checking the scrapes and rubs they have made on the ground and trees.
    Minnesota has a firearms deer season wherein hunters are now allowed to hunt using firearms. This hunting season happens in November where hunters find scrapes and rubs on trees and other objects for deer activity. There are also other signs that can indicate an activity like tracks, droppings, and bedding areas.
    Deer Hunting in Minnesota
  • 5. Minnesota has different deer seasons in various parts of the state. A part of a hunting season in Minnesota is when hunters are required to wear bright orange clothing.
    There is also a great chance that you might share a forest with a dozens of other hunter since there are nearly about 500,000 people who go deer hunt in Minnesota every year.
    Deer Hunting in Minnesota
  • 6. Deer Hunting in Wisconsin
    While Wisconsin is also one of the mist recognized deer hunting states in America because of its home to a growing deer herd.
    Forests are abundant in Wisconsin, like in Minnesota, there are lots of room for deer hunting.
  • 7. Deer hunting in Wisconsin consists of hunting down the species of white-tailed deer. Since the states are both close together, white-tailed deer can be found in regions that are also quite the same as the forests in Minnesota.
    Deer in Wisconsin also begin rutting behavior in late October and continue into November.
    Deer Hunting in Wisconsin
  • 8. The White-tailed Deer
    Whitetail deer eat large varieties of food, commonly eating legumes and foraging on other plants, including shoots, leaves, cactus, and grasses. They also eat acorns, fruit, and corn.
    Their special stomach allows them to eat some things that humans cannot, such as mushrooms that are poisonous to humans and Red Sumac. Their diet varies in the seasons according to availability of food sources. They will also eat hay and other food that they can find in a farm yard.
  • 9. Whitetail deer have been known to opportunistically feed on nestling songbirds, and well as field mice, and birds trapped in Mist nets.
    White-tailed deer are generalists and can adapt to a wide variety of habitats.
    White-tailed deer communicate in many different ways using sounds, scent, body language, and marking. All white-tailed deer are capable of producing audible noises, unique to each animal.
    The White-tailed Deer
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