DNR invites conversation about wildlife, habitat and hunting with staff on March 2
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources invites the public to talk about deer and other wildlife, hunting and habitat topics with wildlife managers throughout the state on Thursday, March 2.
Wildlife managers will be available in local area offices or by phone from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. that day.
People who would like to participate should visit the DNR’s talk about wildlife page (mndnr.gov/wildlife/talk-about-wildlife.html) to find the list of area offices and telephone numbers for their area wildlife manager.
Area managers always welcome calls from the public, so people who can’t call during the dedicated time are encouraged to do so at their convenience.
Individuals unable to call or stop by their area office on March 2 may also share their thoughts through an online questionnaire available March 2 on the DNR’s talk about wildlife page (mndnr.gov/wildlife/talk-about-wildlife.html).
Written comments may be submitted to Barb Keller, Fish and Wildlife Division, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155.
Individuals are welcome to talk with DNR staff about deer, other wildlife, hunting and habitat, discuss specific topics that the DNR’s deer advisory committee should be aware of, or provide thoughts and feedback about deer population management.