Local view: Help deer by skipping shed hunting
For deer here in the Northland, April is the cruelest month. Even in a normal winter, many deer survive months of subzero temperatures, belly-deep powder and plate-glass springtime crust only to exhaust their final reserves just before the last snows melt and the first green shoots emerge.
But this has not been a normal winter.
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