Low Deer Numbers, But Plenty of Food in Northeast October 8, 2015 Connecticut,

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Low Deer Numbers, But Plenty of Food in Northeast October 8, 2015 Connecticut, Field and Stream
...  Connecticut is four years into a fawn recruitment study in the northwest corner of the state. They look at 90-day fawn survival and in the past three years it’s ranged between 0.66 and 0.40 fawns per adult doe. This year it’s down to 0.22. That’s one fawn per 4.5 does...Just 15 years ago there were very few predators outside of deer hunters, now the state is crawling with record numbers of coyotes, black bears and bobcats...

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