Radio-Collared Deer in Mid-Michigan Are Legal Game
According to MLive.com, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Boone & Crockett Quantitative Wildlife Center at Michigan State University are tracking the movement and survivability of deer in Ingham County and Clinton County. For that reason, you might see deer wearing radio-collars or ear tags - or both. The Michigan DNR says those are legal deer to shoot. The collars are going to be tough to eat, but....
Oh, I kill myself with these great deer-biology jokes. Funny stuff, huh?
If you DO take one of these tagged or collared deer, the DNR would like you to take it to one of the check stations so they can check the deer for CWD and get their tags and radio-collars and see what radio stations the deer prefer.
Again, I'm doubled over in laughter. I'm going to go get another beer. Here's the story.