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Car-killed deer assessments by DNR show winter tough on northern herd

Following a record-breaking harsh winter, a statewide effort to assess the condition of car-killed deer is helping researchers understand winter’s impacts on Wisconsin’s deer herd.

In general, deer populations in southern Wisconsin came through the winter in better condition than herds in the north, as indicated by fat stores, according to car-killed deer assessments conducted by Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wildlife officials.

This finding coincides with field observations from DNR

Tuesday, July 08, 2014 2:58 PM
 

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