Strategic tree planting, cutting in Upper Peninsula could help suffering deer population rebound July 22, 2016 Michigan

Michigan Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

...  in Michigan's Upper Peninsula ... Wildlife biologists say nearly every single fawn died after the harsh winters of 2012 and 2013, further hurting a struggling herd. In fact, the population has been on the decline since 1995...  the lack of high-quality deer wintering complexes seems to be the main factor in plummeting deer populations...

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