Mule deer production remains low in North Dakota November 12, 2012 North Dakota

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Mule deer production remains low in North Dakota November 12, 2012 North Dakota, Dickinson Press
... an aerial survey in October ... The fawn-to-doe ratio of 0.59 equaled the lowest ratio since the survey began in 1954. The long-term average is 0.92 fawns per doe.  Big Game Supervisor Bruce Stillings says mule deer densities in the Badlands haven't been this low since 1996. He says the three consecutive harsh winters beginning in 2008 were devastating to the population...

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