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Ohio Final Deer Harvest Report Issued; Richland Number Up Slightly

10 Feb , 2022  

By 1812Blockhouse and Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Ohio’s 2021-22 deer hunting season concluded Sunday, Feb. 6, with 196,988 deer checked, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Ohio’s average harvest compiled from the past three seasons is 184,746 deer.

Richland County saw a modest uptick in the amount of deer checked.

The final totals represent all deer harvested during archery, gun, muzzleloader, and youth hunting seasons that began on Sept. 25, 2021. Since September, hunters harvested 96,209 deer with archery equipment, while 79,805 deer were taken with firearms during the 2021 weeklong and two-day gun seasons. In addition, 12,141 deer were harvested with muzzleloaders in January 2022. Youth hunters found success during the November 2021 youth season with 7,634 deer checked.


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Archery Hunting To Be Available At Malabar; Drawing To Be Held

31 Aug , 2019  

More than 1,000 acres of quality deer hunting land will be available this coming season to archers as part of controlled hunts at Caesar Creek, Deer Creek, Findley, Malabar Farm, and Maumee Bay state parks, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).

Hunters must be present at the drawing location if they are interested in hunting.

Information about the drawings and hunts: More…

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Deer Hunting Season Beginning Soon; We’ve Got Details

12 Nov , 2018  

Ohio’s white-tailed deer continue to provide hunters across the state with excellent opportunities for success as they head out into the field. Hunting remains the most effective management tool for maintaining Ohio’s healthy deer population, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). More…

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Richland Public Health To Drivers: Pay Attention to Deer

3 Oct , 2018  

Ohio drivers beware. Your risk of colliding with deer may be on the rise, according to officials at the Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) and the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP). The increased risk is partly due to the rise in reported deer-vehicle (D-V) crashes along with the fact that October through December is peak deer mating season in the Buckeye state. More…

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