Regulations against white-tailed deer and other nuisance species exist in a number of communities.
We are listing here some sample regulations and ordinances:
- Safety Zone, Anti-Poaching Bills Passed in House, Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Jan 2016
- The original version of HB 4239 was amended in the Senate Committee on Outdoor Tourism and Recreation to include the safety zone language. That language amends the 150-yard hunting safety zone so that it applies only to “hunting with firearms,” meaning that, for example, bowhunters and trappers would be able to hunt within that zone on their own properties, or on public lands. Billed passed Senate unanimously on Oct 8, 2015.
- ENROLLED HOUSE BILL No. 4239, Michigan Legislature– Effective 1/1/2016
(7) An individual shall not hunt with a firearm within 150 yards of an occupied building, dwelling, house, residence, or cabin, or any barn or other building used in connection with a farm operation, without obtaining the written permission
of the owner, renter, or occupant of the property.
- Rule R657-65. Urban Deer Control, Utah, As in effect on January 1, 2017
The purpose of this rule is to enable a city to design and administer a control plan for the lethal or non-lethal removal of resident deer damaging private property or threatening public safety within the city.
- prohibiting feeding of deer within cities
- regulations, permits, and licensing for urban deer hunting.
- R657-65 – Urban Deer Control, Utah, Div of Wildlife Resources, 2013