DNR is hearing complaints about longer deer hunting season
Not everyone's happy about the idea of a longer deer hunting season in Wisconsin.
About 650 people have attended five public hearings on a proposal to extend the November gun season from nine days to 16.
According to the DNR's Keith Warnke, people and groups have cited a number of reasons to oppose the change.
They include conflicts with others in the outdoors, family hunting traditions, and fears that the deer population might get too low.