According to a recent report from CBS News, “An increasing number of people are developing allergies to red meat, and doctors believe the one thing many of them have in common are tick bites.”
Currently hunting is not legal in John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, but a plan has been proposed to legalize urban deer hunting to thin the whitetail population.
Deer-camp crimes targeting hunters near Shreveport, Louisiana, ranged from vandalisms and cryptic threats to burning deer stands and planting welded spikes in private roadways.
According to a recent study from Penn State University, fawn survival comes down to where predators hunt best and how savvy does are when choosing where to have their fawns.
Two to three deer were reportedly maimed by poachers using arrows equipped with field points. Responsible person(s) face charges in Oregon.
While this news story reminds us of a deer’s incredible agility, it also prompts questions about a deer’s cold endurance and will to survive.
Infected deer begin to show symptoms within a week of being bitten by a midge carrying the virus. They develop a high fever, one reason many dead deer are found in or near water.