Deer no longer thriving in the north woods October 31, 2010 Maine




Deer no longer thriving in the north woods October 31, 2010 Maine Press Herald By Deirdre Fleming

...in northern Maine, once an ideal habitat for white-tails, their numbers are plummeting.
In northern Maine, the average snow depth and threat from coyotes and the loss of traditional wintering areas have made the region less hospitable for white-tailed deer, state deer biologist Lee Kantar said. "The northern forest changed dramatically from what it was in the '70s. And coyotes are more prolific."


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