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Organization wants review of Pronghorn and Mule Deer September 15, 2011 Wyoming, NPR
A recent report by the [National Wildlife Federation] shows that as demands on the land have increased, animal numbers have declined as has their ability to rebound from such cyclical pressures as drought and disease. Public Lands Organizer Matthew Copeland ... "It's the cumulative effect that has led to the declines in particular mule deer and pronghorn populations over the last decade. It's not the giant blow that's knocking these animals out. It's the death by a thousand cuts....
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