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MICHIGAN OUT-OF-DOORS PODCAST EP. 008 – CWD IN MICHIGAN

May 27, 2015 |

The DNR announced that, for the first time, a wild Michigan deer tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease. MUCC’s Amy Trotter, Drew YoungeDyke and Logan Schultz break down what that means for Michigan, from what CWD is, what it does to deer, how this deer was found, what the DNR is doing about it, and…

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In the Field: Wired to Hunt

May 26, 2015 |

by Anna Mitterling, Wildlife Cooperative Coordinator Last week I had the privilege of being on the Wired to Hunt podcast. We talked about my position, what cooperatives are, and how to handle a slew of situations that cooperatives deal with. If you have not listened to it, it is worth your while to do so!…

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CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE (CWD) FOUND IN MICHIGAN

May 26, 2015 |

 This Meridian Twp doe tested positive for CWD, the first in a wild Michigan deer. LANSING—Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) officials announced today that they have found Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in a Meridian Township deer. The fatal neurological disease is transmitted among cervids (like deer and elk) through saliva and other fluids in…

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