(KBJR) — Hunters in Minnesota contain two additional alternatives to hunt deer this year.
The Minnesota Division of Natural Sources (DNR) presented the additional December hunts. They are an effort to restrict the spread of power wasting illness (CWD).
The hunts are in four allow areas in southeastern Minnesota the attach apart the illness is standard in wild deer. That’s areas 643, 646, 647 and 648.
They are scheduled for December 20th via the 22nd, as well to the 27th via the 29th.
The hunts will doubtless be expanded pending CWD test outcomes.