South Carolina deer hunters' attitudes regarding harvest limits and tagging of deer
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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Responsive Management (Firm)
SubjectDeer hunting--South Carolina--Public opinion; Hunting surveys--South Carolina; Deer hunters--South Carolina--Attitudes
This study was conducted in May 2010 for the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources to determine deer hunters’ opinions on harvest limits and regulations regarding tagging harvested wildlife. Responsive Management conducted a telephone survey of randomly selected resident licensees who indicated that they had hunted deer during the 2009 season. Statewide, 70% of deer hunters support a limit on the number of antlered bucks a hunter can kill each year. There were no Game Zones in which more than 29% of deer hunters opposed a limit on antlered deer.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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