Kansas tweaks deer-hunting regulations November 8, 2013

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Kansas tweaks deer-hunting regulations November 8, 2013 News-Press Now
... While the statewide Kansas deer population is decreasing due to three years of severe drought in the western portion of the state, the number of permits purchased by hunters is on the rise. ... Chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveillance ... No deer herds have been confirmed to have the disease in the eastern part of the state, but data indicates it may be moving eastward...

Another firearms deer season approaches November 30, 2013 Kansas, Wichita Eagle
... deer numbers are still down in some parts of Kansas. Out west it's because several years of drought hurt fawn production. In eastern Kansas it could be because of two years of disease ... Some parts of eastern Kansas also had drought-related epizootic homorrhagic disease in 2011 and 2012, which lead to some localized die-offs...

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