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Earth Day 2011: Some wildlife adapting to 'modern-day Ohio' April 19, 2011 Ohio






Earth Day 2011: Some wildlife adapting to 'modern-day Ohio' April 19, 2011 Ohio Dayton Daily News
...By 1904, white-tailed deer were completely wiped out across the state, after a century of deforestation and high demand by European settlers for the official state mammal's coveted hides, according to Ohio History Central.  ... “By 1900, we were down (from more than 95 percent) to 10 percent forest. We pushed out those large animals completely,” said Suzan Jervey, educator at the Ohio Wildlife Center in Columbus. “The state is now 33 percent forested. We’ve seen a return of animals...


Deer Population, What's Great In Dayton February 7, 2020 Ohio, WYSO
... in 1909 the White-tailed Deer were once considered nearly extinct in Ohio ..,

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