For the first time in modern history, U.S. whitetail hunters are taking more mature bucks than yearling bucks. Find out why.
The major fawn predator east of the Mississippi River is the coyote. A number of studies have shown coyotes eat fawns — and in some areas they eat a lot of fawns.
More than 9 percent of white-tailed deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease last year, and game officials are worried the affliction will be difficult to stop.