Participants of deer study come to learn about on-going research on deer mortality September 24, 2013 Wisconsin

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... Since 2011, more than 1,000 volunteers in two study areas helped researchers locate fawns and capture bucks to equip them with radio collars used to track the deer throughout their lifetime. Researchers are trying to understand the role of predation and hunting in deer population change. “We are always looking for helping hands each season,” said Dan Storm. “We have a range of groups come to help every year, from interested landowners to school groups looking for an adventurous, hands-on field trip.”
Those interested in volunteering can register at the DNR website by searching keyword “deer research.”

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