Biologists study timing of whitetail deer rut February 17, 2012 Tennesse

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Biologists study timing of whitetail deer rut February 17, 2012 Tennesse, Nooga.com 
Tennessee Wildlife 

Resources Agency biologists are conducting a special study to determine the timing of whitetail deer rut (mating) behavior in parts of Tennessee. Daryl Ratajczak, TWRA's chief of wildlife, said the effort is at the request of hunters in the Franklin County area who complained that deer season closed before their peak rut even began.


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