Hunting Proposals Up To Public Now

Time is ticking for Virginians to have their say on special hunting proposals, according to the Department of Wildlife Resources. Following an incident that happened back in December, where three hunting dogs were found shot in King and Queen County, a contentious debate between hunters and landowners has reached a climax. Now, the Department of Wildlife Resources is seeking public input on proposed changes to hunting regulations, including mandatory GPS tracking for hunting dogs and efforts to prevent dogs from trespassing on private property. As tensions simmer, stakeholders are urged to voice their opinions before the window for feedback closes.