Big deer year expected across East Texas after wet spring November 1, 2015

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Big deer year expected across East Texas after wet spring November 1, 2015 Tyler Morning Telegraph
... removing excess deer this year will typically result in better fawn crops next year.  “Every year is a year to kill does.,, They are scared they are going to decimate their deer density, but the opposite happens. By knocking down the breeding population you are going to have more groceries available, and are going to have a better fawn crop,” Cain said. [Alan Cain, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s white-tailed deer program leader.]


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