CWD could change hunting rules November 20, 2012 Pennsylvania

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CWD could change hunting rules November 20, 2012 Pennsylvania, Altoona Mirror
...The animal disease, which causes lesions, emaciation and bizarre behavior ending in certain death, first approached Pennsylvania in fall 2010, when a hunter in Allegany County, Maryland, killed an infected deer, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Deer Project Manager Brian Eyler said....  "They're slowly documenting the spread in West Virginia," Eyler said - since the first case there in 2005, Chronic Wasting Disease has spread from county to county and ultimately to wild deer across the Virginia border...   rules changes could ultimately be implemented to keep the deer population ...

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