Late heavy snowfall could greatly reduce our deer population

It’s been a tough winter – at least since the new year began – for us and for many species of wildlife. We got a major break early when November and December generated very little snow. By the holidays, things were looking quite positive for those feathered and furred critters that spend their lives in the great outdoors. Then the decline started, ironically on the heels of a brief early-January thaw.




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