Participating in the survey is simple. Record all bucks, does and fawns you see during assigned days by keeping track of daily observations with an on line tally. Observations can be submitted at the same web site.
This unique collaboration of data from the public, along with deer observations collected by DNR staff, provides valuable information regarding the reproductive status of Wisconsin's deer herd in 2014. The program first began in 2010 with more than 14,000 individual citizen observations logged.
For more information, visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword “Deer Watch.”