Permit reductions recommended in response to deer EHD deaths September 25, 2012 Nebraska

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Permit reductions recommended in response to deer EHD deaths September 25, 2012 Nebraska, Rapid City Journal
Nebraska's white-tailed deer herd is experiencing significant losses this summer due to epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD). EHD has appeared periodically in the state over at least the last several decades, but this year's outbreak appears to be unusually severe. More than 3,000 suspected deer mortalities ...

... epizootic hemorrhagic disease, a virus causing significant losses to the state’s white-tailed deer herd....  large numbers of dead deer floating down rivers, in creek channels and in cut grain fields...  Nebraska Game and Parks Commission have received more than 3,000 reports regarding dead deer...



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