Research shows wolves not linked to fawn deaths in Northern Forest June 13, 2014 Wisconsin

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... attached radio-collars to 139 newborn fawns over the past three springs ... Roughly 31 percent died each year, with most succumbing soon after birth. Of fawns monitored, 14 percent (20) died of starvation/disease, 7 percent fell to coyotes, 3 percent were road-kills, 2 percent died of unknown causes, 1 percent fell to bobcats, 1 percent fell to bears and 2 percent fell to predators that couldn’t be identified ...

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