From Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control
-- Fish and Wildlife crews have cleared fallen trees and other debris left in the wake of Hurricane Irene from wildlife areas statewide in preparation for opening day of fall hunting season.
"All areas have been checked and any potential hazards that could affect hunters in the wildlife areas have been removed, so all of our wildlife areas are open for the start of dove and archery deer season," according to Greg Moore, wildlife section administrator.
Wildlife areas statewide were closed for safety reasons during Hurricane Irene. For more information on fall hunting seasons, visit www.dnrec.delaware.gov/fw/Hunting .