New York State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer today has launched a 2017 Hunters and Sportsmen Survey.
“Sportsmen and women share their opinions with me every year about hunting issues, and I believe that it is important to listen to their thoughts,” said Ranzenhofer. “That is why I hope that you will consider answering a quick 10-question survey.”
Residents can complete the survey online by clicking here. The legislative survey asks questions about hunting and wildlife management in New York State, including crossbow hunting, antler restrictions and other issues.
“I would like to know how hunters in the 61st Senate District feel about these issues,” said Ranzenhofer. “It is imperative to promote and expand responsible conservation practices, while ensuring that future generations have access to quality hunting experiences. I remain committed to working with sportsmen organizations across our state to expand hunting opportunities.”
September 23rd is recognized as National Hunting and Fishing Day. New York ranks third in the nation– behind only Texas and Florida– with nearly two million sportsmen and women hunting and fishing across the state.