Maybe March Is The Month To Give Wildlife A Break
Ladies and gentlemen, we are entering crunch time.
That time of the year when spring and winter play a tug of war, and depending on how it goes, deer and elk could be the losers.
Members of the deer family that go into winter in good shape have the energy reserves and body fat to survive those December and February subzero spells. But a long winter that continues through March and April will start to tip over the smallest and weakest.
And if we humans are not careful, we’ll cause some of the bigger animals to tip over.
Already some of our large game species could use a break. January was...
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