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Update: Youth Deer Hunt for Columbus Day Weekend

NEW in 2012, DEC is providing a special youth deer season over the 3-day Columbus Day weekend. Junior hunters (ages 14-15) will be eligible to take one deer with a firearm during this season and may use a Deer Management Permit, Deer Management Assistance Program tag, or a regular season tag.
Update:  Youth Deer Hunt for Columbus Day Weekend

Page Through the Digital Edition

Read the entire 2012-2013 New York State Hunting & Trapping guide online! Our unique digital edition allows you to page through the entire guide, just as if you were reading the magazine.
Page Through the Digital Edition

Putting the New York State Deer Management Plan Into Action

Last fall, DEC adopted a Management Plan for White-tailed Deer in New York State, 2012–2016. The plan provides strategic direction for our program and will help us focus our efforts where they can best meet the biological and social demands associated with deer.
Putting the New York State Deer Management Plan Into Action

Bad News for New York: Feral Swine

Many people are aware of the feral swine problem in southern states like Texas and Florida, but these animals are also a growing problem in New York. Also called feral pigs, feral hogs, wild boar, wild hogs, razorbacks, Eurasian boar and Russian boar, feral swine are not native to New York...
Bad News for New York: Feral Swine

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