More than 68,000 people hunt for Maryland deer, an activity that helps control the deer population while contributing more than $150 million annually to the state’s economy, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
The rifle season is the most popular deer hunting season, accounting for nearly half of the deer taken each year. DNR Deer Project Leader Brian Eyler predicted hunters will kill 40,000 to 45,000 deer over the next two weeks.
Last year, Maryland hunters killed 52,796 deer during the firearm season. That included 970 sika deer, a Japanese species found on the lower Eastern Shore that is smaller than the native white-tailed deer.
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