Lancaster County's special CWD area has more doe tags available and special rules and amenities for hunters as gun season looms.
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To increase surveillance for chronic wasting disease, the Game Commission issued 4,430 special doe tags for an area that includes part of northeast Lancaster County.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission believes statewide bans on feeding deer, placing mineral licks and using deer lures for hunting will help in the battle against Chronic Wasting Disease.
Feeding deer and using urine-based and synthetic deer lures could be banned across Pennsylvania under the latest version of the Game Commission's CWD Response Plan.
Hunters who take deer in Pennsylvania's chronic wasting disease quarantine zones are asked to put tagged deer heads in collection bins to be t…
Longer hunting seasons, expanded rifle hunting, relaxed restrictions, targeted culls are all part of a new plan to combat CWD in Pennsylvania.
Chronic wasting disease deer management areas in Pennsylvania.
Special precautions must be taken with deer shot in disease management area.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission will present an informational program on chronic wasting disease (CWD) at the Middle Creek Wildlife Managemen…