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Saturday, February 13, 2010

abc27 Outdoors: Proposed Game Laws

The Game Commission is considering several changes to the 2010-2011 deer, bear, and small game seasons.

Public comments on the agency’s deer management plan will be accepted until March 12, via the website or by mail to: Deer Management Plan, Pennsylvania Game Commission, 2001 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110-9797.

Additionally, public comment can be offered at the upcoming open houses that the Game Commission will be hosting in six communities around the state between Feb. 20 and April 10. Open houses will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on a Saturday to maximize the opportunity for those interested in attending, and are being held in different locations than the three previous rounds to afford residents in other areas of the state the opportunity to attend.

The schedule for the open houses is as follows:

February 20 – Northcentral Region

Coudersport Volunteer Fire Company Training Center

171 Rt. 6 West

Coudersport, Pa 16915

Draft Deer Management Plan


30 DAY COMMENT PERIOD: Feb.11-March 12, 2010.

The white-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus ) is recognized as Pennsylvania’s state animal. Balancing white-tailed deer impacts is the fundamental issue affecting a majority of Pennsylvania’s deer management decisions. The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s purpose is to manage deer to the best of its ability for deer and those people who seek them, unintentionally interact with them, or experience damage from them.

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is legally mandated to manage wildlife, including deer, for the benefit of all Pennsylvanians, as well as all wildlife and the habitat that supports their existence. Pennsylvania’s Constitution and Game and Wildlife Code direct the Game Commission to protect, manage, and preserve wildlife and their habitat within the Commonwealth for the benefit of all people, including generations yet to come. Based on this direction, the Game Commission adopted the mission statement “to manage all wild birds, wild mammals, and their habitats for current and future generations.”

Although the Game Commission’s mission provides general guidance, specific goals must be written for each program area. For the deer management program, management goals from 2009 to 2018 are to: (1) manage deer for a healthy and sustainable deer herd; (2) manage deer-human conflicts at levels considered safe and acceptable to Pennsylvanians; (3) manage deer impacts for healthy and sustainable forest habitat; (4) manage deer to provide recreational opportunities; and (5) improve the public’s knowledge and understanding of deer and the deer management program. Game Commission staff uses these guidelines when making deer management recommendations to the Board of Game Commissioners.

Draft White-Tailed Deer Management Plan

Comment on the Draft White-Tailed Deer Management Plan


Anonymous said...

Where's PETA when you need them. LOL

Anonymous said...

People Eating Tasty Animals

Anonymous said...

What do pro-PETA eat or wear? Hope it isn't food or clothing. Plants are living things too.

Anonymous said...

PETA !!! TREE Huggers.Don't let them rule.Animals were made to work & eat.Big old stake dinner is the best.