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Upon harvesting a white-tailed deer, you must immediately fill out and attach the paper tag from your permit to the carcass. Your deer must remain intact (other than field dressing), with the harvest tag attached until it is reported and prepared for food or taxidermy purposes. When transporting the deer, some portion of the carcass must remain visible until it has been reported.The metal seal or tag with confirmation number must remain attached to the carcass until prepared for food or taxidermy purposes. You must bring all deer harvested during the 1st week of shotgun deer season to an official check station for biological data collection.
New for 2017: You can now report your harvest online during the second week of shotgun deer season. You still must bring all deer harvested during the first week of shotgun deer season to an official check station for biological data collection.
All deer harvested in zones 13 and 14 (Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the Elizabeth Islands) must be reported before leaving the islands.
You can also report your harvest at a physical check station.
If you harvested a deer during the 1st week of shotgun season, you must report your harvest at a physical check station.
Once you submit your report, you can't edit any information. If you made an error, contact MassWildlife during business hours at (508) 389-6300. Business hours are from 8 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Monday - Friday. Outside of these hours you will need to contact the Environmental Police at 1 (800) 632-8075.