With those cool, damp morning now upon us, many hunters up here in Northern Michigan are preparing for the fall hunting season. In fact, it has already begun with early season Goose hunting. Regardless of your experience, annually reviewing hunter safety tips is a prudent practice. For youth or first-time hunters, a hunter’s safety program is offered by the DNR. When hunting with others, a pre-hunt meeting by the tailgate is always recommended, especially if hunting over a dog. Bird populations are on the upswing this year; deer populations are beginning to move. Enjoy the beauty in the woods this fall, safely.
Authored by L. Page Graves
A native of Lansing, Michigan, Page Graves now helps members of the same community who need legal help with Michigan No-Fault Automobile Insurance Law, representing medical service providers and severely injured people in collecting unpaid and underpaid no-fault benefits. A partner with Smith & Johnson in Traverse City, Mr. Graves has been repeatedly included in the annual Best Lawyers since 2012.