Last year marked the second season in a row with no hunting deaths in Michigan, according to a press release Tuesday by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. 

The DNR says hunting injuries and fatalities have dropped steadily since the state started keeping hunting records in 1970. That year the state also saw the highest number of hunting deaths on record with 18 people killed. The DNR credits hunter safety programs for the decline in fatalities.


(MPRN-Lansing) - Michigan has joined the appeal of a federal judge’s decision to restore endangered species protections to the gray wolf. Animal rights and wildlife groups challenged the de-listing in an effort to stop wolf hunting in Michigan and other Midwestern states. 

At least six poached elk have been reported during Michigan's firearms deer season

About 258,000 signatures needed to send bill to the Legislature

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