This data will be updated daily as the state accumulates the information.
(Indianapolis, Ind.) - The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has launched a new website to allow hunters access to white-tailed deer harvest data as it is accumulated by the state.
Indiana DNR responded to the feedback given by hunters across Indiana by creating a website that has more detailed harvest data and comparison between years.
Information such as the county of harvest, sex of deer harvested, type of land the deer was harvested on, and type of equipment used to harvest deer is given during the check-in process and can now be viewed by hunters using the interactive website.
Accessing the website will allow visitors to compare individual or multiple counties from the past five years. These results can even be limited to specific types of equipment or deer seasons.
Data is updated daily.
This information can be found at the Indiana Department of Natural Resources website.