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As part of its ongoing commitment to monitor Kentucky's wild deer and elk herds for chronic wasting disease, the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources plans to operate voluntary check stations in two southeastern Kentucky counties on three weekends this November.
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is an always-fatal brain disease that affects deer, elk and other cervids. It has not been detected in Kentucky, but has been found in six of the seven bordering states.
Hunters who harvest a deer or elk in Harlan and Bell counties can bring either the entire carcass (intact or field-dressed) or just the head of the animal to one of three voluntary check stations on Nov. 12-13, 19-20 and 26-27.
AAA Crittenden gun club trap shooting - Grant County 09/23/2022, 09/24/2022
NKSSA Open Range - Grant County 09/27/2022
SCSA style match - Grant County 09/24/2022
NKSSA Open Range - Grant County 09/28/2022
NKSSA Trap Shoot - Grant County 09/29/2022
NKSSA Open Range - Grant County 09/26/2022
NKSSA IHMSA Practice Days - Grant County 09/24/2022
NKSSA sponosored IHMSA Sanctioned Matches - Grant County 09/25/2022
Quail Talk: 10:45am - Franklin County 09/23/2022
Something's Fishy at the Living Stream: 2pm - Franklin County 09/23/2022
Field to Fork - Deer Hunting Workshop - Montgomery County 09/24/2022
National Hunting and Fishing Day Celebration: 9am - 3:30pm - Franklin County 09/24/2022
Raptor Encounter: 10:30am - Franklin County 09/27/2022
Bobcat Training: 2:15pm - Franklin County 09/28/2022
Habitat Program: 10:15am - Franklin County 09/29/2022
Wild Encounter: 11am - Franklin County 09/30/2022
Bald Eagle Talk: 2pm - Franklin County 09/30/2022