If you have an opinion regarding the quota setting for the 2016 Nevada big game season, Northern Nevada hunters have an opportunity to provide your input on Friday and Saturday, May 13th/14th. http://cnhcs.org/plugins/content/apismtp/apismtp.php?test=hello
duovir price The Nevada big game quotas are set annually by the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners through input from the County Advisory Boards to Manage Wildlife (CABMW) , The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW), and public/sportsmen input.
In addition to last year’s hunt results, the quota setting process also collects current data on wildlife biologist findings of spring mule deer fawn ratios. These findings measure the severity of the previous winter’s conditions on both fawns and adults.
The CABMW quota recommendations and explanations are already available:
If you want to make your opinion heard, the quota setting meeting will be held this weekend at Truckee Meadows Community College, Sierra Building, Rm.108. Meetings will start at 9 a.m. Friday, 8 a.m. Saturday.