There are some changes coming dear kills this season in Michigan.
In the past, deer hunters could respond via surveys for registration.
Now, information will be collected online, so that the Michigan Department of Natural Resources can track data in real time.
WNDU reports that hunters can now register a deer kill on the DNR app or website.
The DNR says that deer hunters need to report those kills within 72 hours before giving the deer to another person.
Those who do not register will be given a misdemeanor.
So far, more than 24,000 deer have been registered in the state this season.