Wisconsin’s 2018 gun deer season is a meager few days in the future, but past tells all that many prospective hunters have yet to purchase a license, sight in a gun or bow, or determine where they will be Nov. 17.
Wisconsin’s ruffed grouse, one of four grouse species native here, have been front and center for nearly a year. This brown or gray beauty, what some call the state’s unofficial game bird, has not lost any patronage, however.
Oct. 27 – Wild Birds of Prey program, starting at 1 p.m. at the Marsh Haven Nature Center, located at W10145 State Highway 49 in Waupun. You will be introduced to Wisconsin’s raptors though a photo presentation, mounted specimens and live birds. For information call 920-324-5818.
Wisconsin’s fall pheasant seasons continue, in spite of a need to release 75,000 thousand birds in part because this is an opening for young hunters and flushing dogs to determine if hunting is a recreational form they can relate to.
Oct. 18 – Stories at the Marsh: Bats, from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center, located at N7725 Highway 28 in Horicon. Learn about bats through stories and activities. For information call 920-387-7889.
Wildlife food sources, particularly fruits and nuts, and sometimes smaller animals, are subject to fluctuations based on weather, growing conditions, natural cycling and animal populations themselves.
Oct. 6-14 – Special deer hunt open to people with disabilities who have a disabled hunting permit. The hunts are held by landowners who have agreed to sponsor the hunters on their property. Hunters must have registered to participate at a designated sponsor location by Sept. 1.
Groundhogs, ground squirrels, chipmunks, turtles and snakes have begun to leave the above landscape and tree leaves are beginning to drop. Like bears, these animals resort to hibernation or similar winter lifestyles to avoid winter.
Oct. 5 – Duck season closes in the Mississippi River zone; reopens Oct. 13 and runs through Dec. 4. … Canada goose season closes in the Mississippi River subzone. Season reopens Oct. 13 and runs through Jan. 3.
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