The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is reopening customer service centers and field offices at least a couple of days each week. It’s the latest step in the state’s attempts to return operations to normal following the COVID-19 outbreak.
Today the Michigan DNR announced that most Michigan Hunters for the 2021 season will NOT need to apply for an antlerless license as in years past. The introduction of the 'Universal Antlerless License' will allow hunters to harvest does and antlerless males across nearly the entire state this season.
This weekend as thousands of Michiganders hit the lakes and waterways for the 4th of July weekend, they'll have company as Michigan DNR officers will be out in force to crack down on those who are boating drunk.