Tuesday October 27 2009

Deer Habitat Comparison
What are normal deer densities in Kansas?

Deer populations are generally higher in the eastern part of the state, but healthy deer habitat can support anywhere from 15 to 30 deer per square mile.

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When deer are overcrowded, wildlife habitat suffers. See the difference that overcrowding can make in today's video.

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