Much of a new study will have GPS tracking collars on mule deer of both genders and all ages. Biologists hope to learn the main reasons for mortalities and the kinds of habitat different kinds of deer prefer.
Much of a new study will have GPS tracking collars on mule deer of both genders and all ages. Biologists hope to learn the main reasons for mortalities and the kinds of habitat different kinds of deer prefer. Michael Pearce File photo
Much of a new study will have GPS tracking collars on mule deer of both genders and all ages. Biologists hope to learn the main reasons for mortalities and the kinds of habitat different kinds of deer prefer. Michael Pearce File photo

Kansas whitetail, mule deer study should answer important questions

August 12, 2017 01:40 PM

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