Hunters seeking more information should write or call the Wildlife Division, Michigan Department of Natural Resources to request a copy of the latest edition of a brochure called `Public Hunting on Private Lands'. The brochure describes the program and lists the landowners by county with their addresses, the township and section number in which the land is located, the type of wildlife habitat featured, available game and the number of hunting permits issued per day on each property. An accompanying map shows the locations of the counties in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. The Department of Natural Resources does not provide the telephone numbers of the owners, but with the name and address an out-of-state hunter can call information and get the number. The lands are identified by Hunting Access Program signs. The habitat is described as cropland (CC), farmland wildlife (FA), forest wildlife (FW) and wetland wildlife (WW). All offer deer hunting. The croplands are primarily beans and corn which can produce some good corn-fattened deer.