Leier: 2012 will be remembered for unusual conditions December 18, 2012 North Dakota

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Leier: 2012 will be remembered for unusual conditions December 18, 2012 North Dakota, In-Forum
The mild, dry winter was also beneficial to most resident North Dakota wildlife like deer, pronghorn, pheasants and even fish in lakes that are subject to winterkill during severe winters... To help get both the mule deer and whitetail populations headed in the right direction, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department allocated the fewest licenses in 25 years. The final count of just over 65,000 greatly reduced the number of whitetail doe licenses and did not allow for any mule deer doe licenses in the badlands units.

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