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Ohio's shrinking deer kill raises concerns, but it's too early to tell if it's a trend December 18, 2011

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... Deer permits alone accounted for $10.5 million, or 19 percent, of its $56.3 million in revenue ... From a wildlife watcher’s standpoint, dwindling interest or participation in hunting — Ohio deer permit sales, as an example, have decreased during each of the past two years — is likely to translate into decreasing enrollment in conservation organizations ... Biologist Mike Tonkovich, the wildlife division’s deer project leader, said ... statewide herd estimate of 750,000 before the start of bow season was as high as it has ever been...



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