I wouldnt worry about bothering the biologist. It is part of their job to answer your questions. I dont really like trying to put more then 1 hunt together especially if I dont know the area very well. I like to concentrate on 1 at a time. Its easy to put alot more pressure on yourself with more then 1 hunt, atleast thats how it seems to end up for me usually. And it you are successful on the first hunt you have to do something with the meat while you are on the next hunt which can be a problem at times. This year I had a buck and doe antelope tag in the same unit and after I got the buck I was 1/2 wishing I didnt have the doe tag because it meant I had to get a doe the next morning so I could get them both packed up and ice in the cooler or go get Ice for the buck which would have meant driving over 100 miles round trip.