North Dakota Collaring Study November 29, 2012

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North Dakota Collaring Study November 29, 2012 Dickinson Press
The most alarming numbers for mule deer populations that spread from North Dakota down to Texas is the ratio of doe to fawns, because they are so low ... Jesse Kolar, a graduate student from the University of Missouri, will spend the next five years collaring and surveying mule deer populations around oil activity, talked about it during the North Dakota Game and Fish Department District 8 advisory meeting on Wednesday at Whiting Oil in Dickinson.


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