Deer decline prompts study August 26, 2010 California

Deer decline prompts study Chico News & Review 8/26/2010

A three-year study was launched recently to identify possible causes for the decline in black-tailed deer populations in Northern California ...

The DFG, UC Davis and several doctoral candidates are tracking fawns and adult deer in Mendocino, Glenn and Lakecounties with radio and GPS-tracking collars

The number of black-tailed deer bucks harvested (killed) in the area of the study has declined 57 percent from 1989 to 2009, according to the release.

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