Mount Desert Island, Deer Glut Not Acadia's Fault January 9, 2013 Maine

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Mount Desert Island, Deer Glut Not Acadia's Fault January 9, 2013 Maine, Fenceviewer
... “We found that the deer were spending a lot of time at the edge of the ranges where the coyotes occurred to get away from them,” he said. “We saw no evidence that the deer were nutritionally stressed.”  The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife also has blamed coyotes, which typically avoid proximity to humans, for the increased number of deer in residential neighborhoods.


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