(Madison) Bow hunters are being asked to keep track of the animals they see out in the woods this season. It’s part of the tenth annual Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey. DNR biologist Jessica Lohr says they get some of their best data every year during the archery season. She says hunters are the ones out there in the woods able to see lots of different animals this time of year. Lohr says they want to not only hear about the number of deer that are seen, but other animals like bears, raccoons, owls, or anything else you might see. You can fill out those forms either on paper or through an app on your smartphone. More info is on the DNR website at www.dnr.wi.gov.