Dave Hurteau's Whitetail News Roundup

Michigan Authorities Seize 24-Point Rack, Charge Hunter
From the Jackson Citizen Patriot:
_Game authorities have seized a record-book deer rack and filed poaching charges against a Horton man. . . .

Christopher James said he shot the buck in a Spring Arbor Township swamp at dusk on Oct. 24, tracked a blood trail part of the night and returned to find the carcass the next morning.

Doubting his claim, conservation officers said they searched the DNR license database to discover James did not buy a deer license until the morning after he shot the buck. . . .

"He lost the buck of a lifetime for the lack of a $15 license," [a DNR officer] said. _

Coors Donates Grain to Aid Colorado Deer
From the CSR Wire:
Coors Brewing Company announced today its plans to donate more than 100,000 pounds of spent grain to the Colorado Division of Wildlife in an effort to help feed hundreds of deer that have had a difficult time finding natural forage due to the recent snows in the Gunnison Valley.