Nebraska's wildlife already feeling the heat from climate change September 27, 2020

Nebraska Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

... Droughts are thought to increase the incidence of hemorrhagic disease, which is particularly dangerous to white-tailed deer. In 2012, at least 6,000 deer died from the disease in Nebraska. The deer harvest during the 2012 November gun season fell by 25-30%, ...

Climate change would have icy impact on state's economy October 10, 2017 Nebraska, Grand Island Independent
...  the drought of 2012 in Nebraska ...  the state’s white-tail deer population was devastated by epizootic hemorrhagic disease that killed more than 100,000 deer in the state. HD intensified that year because the dry weather eliminated a lot of waterholes for the deer ..,


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