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Citizen Task Force Results

Region 3
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
3A Ulster (Sullivan, Greene, Delaware) 1992 15% increase 3.0
3C Ulster (Greene) 1997 10% decrease 2.7
3F Dutchess 1993 30% decrease 2.4
3G Dutchess 2009 8% decrease from 2009 level 2.2
3H Sullivan (Ulster) 1996 5 to 10% increase 4.2
3J Ulster 1994 10% decrease 3.4
3K Sullivan (Orange) 1992 Maintain 1991 population level 3.5
3M Orange (Ulster, Sullivan) 2008 17% decrease from 2008 level 3.1
3N Putnam (Dutchess) 1992 15% decrease 2.7
3P Orange (Rockland) 1993 25% decrease 2.5
3R Rockland Limited Access Unit
3S Westchester Archery only/Limited Access Unit
Region 4
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
4A Montgomery (Schenectady, Schoharie, Albany) 1992 15% increase 1.9
4B Albany, (Schenectady) 1995 35% decrease 1.2
4C Rensselaer (Washington) 1995 5% increase 4.5
4F Otsego (Schoharie, Delaware, Herkimer) 2010 Maintain 2010 population level TBD
4G Schoharie (Albany, Schenectady, Delaware) 2001 25-30% decrease 2.3
4H Albany (Schoharie) 1991 Maintain 1991 population level 3.4
4J Albany Archery only/Limited Access Unit
4K Rensselaer (Columbia) 1994 15% decrease 3.0
4L Rensselaer 1995 Maintain 1995 population level 2.0
4O Delaware (Broome, Chenango, Otsego) 2010 10% increase from 2010 level TBD
4P Delaware (Schoharie) 2002 15% decrease 2.7
4R Greene (Schoharie) 2006 10% increase 2.0
4S Greene (Albany) 1991 12% increase 3.3
4T Columbia (Rensselaer) 1992 12% decrease 2.9
4U Columbia (Rensselaer) 4.1
4W Delaware (Sullivan, Ulster) 1991 3% increase 4.0
4Y Columbia 1990 30% decrease 3.9
4Z Columbia 1991 6% decrease 4.7
Region 5
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
5R Saratoga (Schenectady) 2009 No Change 1.3
5S Washington (Rensselaer) 2009 7% increase from 2008 level 3.3
5T Washington (Saratoga) 2009 25% increase from 2008 level 2.8
Region 6
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
6A St. Lawrence (Franklin, Jefferson) 2009 10% increase from 2009 level 1.7
6C St. Lawrence (Lewis, Jefferson) 2002 30% decrease 1.8
6G Jefferson (Oswego) 1999 35% decrease 1.7
6H Jefferson Primarily Fort Drum
6K Oneida (Oswego, Lewis, Jefferson) 1998 20% decrease 1.8
6P Oneida 1991 No consensus; DEC will maintain 1991 level 1.3
6R (Herkimer, Montgomery, Fulton, Oneida, Saratoga, Schenectady) 1992 Maintain 1992 population level 0.7
6S Oneida, Herkimer (Montgomery, Otsego, Madison, Schoharie) 1995 35% increase 2.5
Region 7
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
7A Oswego (Cayuga, Onondaga) 2009 Maintain 2009 population level 2.1
7F Onondaga, Cayuga, Madison, (Oswego, Oneida, Seneca) 2008 Maintain 2008 population level 1.9
7H Cayuga, Tompkins (Cortland, Onondaga) 2007 40% decrease 1.9
7J Madison, Onondaga (Cayuga, Cortland, Chenango, Oneida) 2003 25% decrease 2.2
7M Chenango, Cortland (Madison, Onondaga, Broome) 2006 10% decrease 2.5
7P Chenango, Broome New unit in 2009
7R Tioga, Tompkins (Chemung, Schuyler, Cortland) 2009 Maintain current harvest intensity 2.7
7S Broome, Tioga (Chemung) 2004 20% decrease 3.0
Region 8
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
8A Orleans (Monroe, Niagara) 2009 15% decrease from 2009 level 2.1
8C Monroe 1992 20 deer/sq. mi. of deer habitat
8F Wayne (Cayuga, Monroe, Ontario) 2009 25% decrease from 2009 level 2.0
8G Genesee (Erie, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans) 1993 Maintain 1990-92 average 2.3
8H Livingston, Monroe, Ontario (Genesee, Wyoming) 1994 5% decrease 2.8
8J Ontario, Seneca, Wayne 1994 No consensus, region will manage toward 3 year average 2.1
8M Livingston (Wyoming, Steuben, Ontario) 1992 10% decrease 3.9
8N Ontario, Yates, Livingston (Steuben) 2008 10% decrease from 2008 level 4.6
8P Steuben (Yates, Ontario, Livingston) 1991 Maintain 1991 population level 4.2
8R Yates (Schuyler, Steuben, Ontario) 1992 10% decrease 4.2
8S (Schuyler, Seneca, Tompkins) 2009 3% decrease from 2009 level 2.8
8T Steuben 1997 11% increase 4.8
8W Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben 1994 Maintain 1990-93 average 3.8
8X Steuben (Allegany) 2008 12.5% decrease from 2008 level 4.1
8Y Chemung (Steuben, Tioga) 1997 Maintain 1990 CTF Objective 4.5
Region 9
Wildlife Mgmt. Unit Counties involved* Last Year TF met Deer Population Desired by the Task Force Buck Take Objective
9A Niagara (Erie) 2004 Maintain current objective 1.1
9F Erie, Niagara 2003 22% decrease 2.5
9G Erie, Chautauqua (Cattaraugus) 1998 Maintain 1997 population level 2.0
9H Erie, Wyoming 2000 maintain 1999 pop. level 4.0
9J Chautauqua 2004 Maintain current objective 3.5
9K Chautauqua, Cattaraugus 1999 8% increase 4.0
9M Cattaraugus 2002 21% decrease 5.1
9N (Allegany, Cattaraugus, Wyoming) 2001 31% increase 3.5
9P Allegany (Livingston, Steuben) 2003 12% decrease 6.0
9R Cattaraugus (Chautauqua) 2001 9% decrease 4.1
9S Cattaraugus 2000 21% decrease 3.1
9T Cattaraugus 2004 Maintain current objective 4.4
9W Cattaraugus, Allegany 2002 25% decrease 4.4
9X Allegany, (Cattaraugus) 2003 4% decrease 5.8
9Y Allegany 2002 35% decrease 5.0

* The majority of land in the wildlife management unit lies within the county or counties listed first. Counties listed in parentheses have smaller amounts of land in that unit. Wildlife management unit boundaries do not follow county lines.


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