Hunters Say Deer Disappearing In Southeast B.C.

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Deer populations have increased across most of North America, in some places reaching levels of abundance surpassing those that existed when the first European settlers arrived.

But that's not what Barry Brandow Sr. and other hunters are seeing these days near Grand Forks, in southeastern British Columbia, where a regional population collapse of mule deer and white-tailed deer appears to have taken place.

Read the whole story at The Globe and Mail

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