By Bobby Bordelon
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) is taking a look at the white-tail deer population in southern West Virginia, giving one more resource to pull from when determining how many and what kind of deer each hunter can take home.
"This is part of our white-tail deer management plan," explained Todd Dowdy, district wildlife biologist for DNR District IV. "This is just one of the tools in the toolbag to help manage the deer population and gives us more information we can use to set up harvest strategies, so we make better decisions on bag limits."
Read more in the Monday, August 12, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.