Deer season should be better, but not a return to “the good old days” September 29, 2015 Virginia

Virginia Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

...  we have cut the doe days in numerous counties, mostly in eastern Virginia” said Knox. “It will take three to five years for these changes to get traction.”  As for this year’s mast crop, it doesn’t come close to last fall’s rain of acorns. A lackluster acorn crop puts deer on the move and into the fields, making them more likely to stride into the range of a hunter...

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