Deer Blasted By Harsh New Brunswick Winter: Expect Fewer Licenses This Fall

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Deer Blasted By Harsh New Brunswick Winter: Expect Fewer Licenses This Fall

Postby Corey Graff » Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:12 am

Fewer deer hunting licences will be available this year because of the high mortality rate for deer over the winter, says the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources.
 
About 25,000 deer died over the winter months in New Brunswick, because of starvation, predation and collisions with cars, said Rod Cumberland, a biologist with the department.
 
About a quarter of the province's deer population died during the winter, Cumberland said.
 
In the north, where the most snow fell, the mortality rate reached about 34 per cent, he said. Read More

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