Wisconsin Deer Kill



Icy cold weather put a chill on Wisconsin's 9-day deer hunting season that was down 7 percent in registered kills, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
 
A preliminary tally listed 226,582 deer registered by hunters, including a 15 percent decline in buck kills.

A statewide 18 percent drop in registrations opening weekend told the tale of this season's reduction in deer kill caused mostly by frigid temperatures and wind chills, the DNR said.

Deer registrations in Buffalo County were down 10 percent from 5,002 in 2012 to 4,478 in 2013.

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