Deer Harvest Reports:

 

2022 - 2023 Season

 

Deer Report 2/1/23 - 2/18/23 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 3 bringing the total to 50.  43 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 7 deer were donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.  Also harvested was 1 coyote. THE 2022/2023 SEASON IS NOW CLOSED.

 

Deer Report 1/16/23 - 1/31/23 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 2 bringing the total to 47.  40 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 7 deer were donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.  Also harvested was 1 coyote.

 

Deer Report 1/1/23 - 1/15/23 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 4 bringing the total to 45.  38 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 7 deer were donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.

 

Deer Report 12/16/22 - 12/31/22 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 2 bringing the total to 41.  36 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 5 deer were donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.

 

Deer Report 12/1/22 - 12/15/22 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 7 bringing the total to 39.  34 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 5 deer were donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.

  

Deer Report 11/16/22 - 11/30/22 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 3 bringing the total to 32.  29 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 3 deer were donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.

 

Deer Report 11/1/22 - 11/15/22 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 3 bringing the total to 29.  28 deer went to the personal use of the cullers, 1 deer was donated to Hunters Helping the Hungry.

 

 

Deer Report 10/16/22 - 10/31/22 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 5 bringing the total to 26.  All deer went to the personal use of the cullers.

 

Deer Report 10/2/22 - 10/15/22 

As per our contract of 2022-2023 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 9 bringing the total to 21.  All deer went to the personal use of the cullers.

 

Deer Report 9/11/22 - 10/1/22

 

As per the UBNJ contract with Saddle River Township. This is the first report of Deer harvest for the 2022-2023 season.

The season opened on September 11th as to the date of October 1 the total number of deer harvested is 12.

 

 

 

 

2021 - 2022 Season

 

Deer Report (Final) 2/20/22 

 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved property’s in Saddle River, from  February 1 to February 19  is 2, bringing the total to 52. All harvested animals during this 19 day period went to the harvester’s personal use. Nine (total number of deer this season) were donated and delivered  to Hunters Helping  the Hungry on Saddle Rivers Behalf.

The last day of the 2021-20122 archery deer season was February 19th. The 2022-2023 deer season will reopen sometime later this year around the end of August.  The Division of Fish and Wildlife has not yet published the exact date. The men will start to remove there stands and associated equipment starting now and it all should be removed by the end of March. 

The United Bow hunters of New Jersey thanks you for allowing us to help with your wildlife control. This season our hunters have reported pleased residents with the results referring to the reduction of deer numbers and its effect on their gardens and flower beds. I have witnessed a dramatic reduction of the browse line along the Saddle River. The low brush cover has returned making it possible to support ground nesting birds. If the deer numbers are kept within the carrying capacity of the available land, Saddle River residents will begin to  see and enjoy an increase in Grouse, Quail, Snipe, Killdeer, Pheasant, Turkey, Woodcock and others again.  

    

Deer Report 1/15/22 - 2/1/22 

 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 4 bringing the total to 50.  All harvested animals during this 15 day period went to the harvester's personal use.

 

I will prepare a final report on February 20 as the 2021 season ends February 19, 2022.

 

 

 

Deer Report 1/1/22 - 1/17/22 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 1 bringing the total to 46.

 

 

Deer Report 12/15/21 - 1/1/22 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is 45.  One more deer has been transported to the Hunters Feeding the Hungry approved FDA butcher in Pittstown, New Jersey on Saddle River's behalf. 

 

Deer Report 12/1/21 - 12/15/21 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is now at 41.  

 

Deer Report 11/15/21 - 12/1/21 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River is now at 36.  In addition, one coyote was harvested.

 

 

Deer Report 11/1/21 - 11/15/21 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River, from November 1st through November 15th is 5 bringing total to 31.  Three more deer have  been transported to the Hunters Feeding the Hungry approved FDA butcher in Pittstown, New Jersey on Saddle River's behalf, however, they could not be donated at that time due to the butcher was full with no room in their ice box.  I attempted to bring them to another HHH butcher in White House Station however this butcher had no room either.  These deer were returned to the hunters for their personal use.

 

 

Deer Report 10/15/21 - 11/1/21 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River, from October 15th through November 1st is 10 bringing total to 26.  Three more deer (ST) have  been transported to the Hunters Feeding the Hungry approved FDA butcher in Pittstown, New Jersey on Saddle River's behalf.

 

 

Deer Report 10/1/21 - 10/15/21 

As per our contract of 2021-2022 deer season, the total number of deer culled from approved properties in Saddle River, from Sept. 30 through Oct. 15th is 5 bringing total to 16.  Two deer have been transported to the Hunters Feeding the Hungry approved FDA butcher in Pittstown, New Jersey on Saddle River's behalf.

 

 

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