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Monroe County Deer Study

Professor Timothy Carter of Ball State University gave a presentation Monday night in the Bloomington City Council chambers. Carter discussed his study of deer behavior and biology in Monroe County. Only part of Carter’s research is complete. We bring you a portion of Carter’s talk now for today’s WFHB community report.

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Daily Local News (每日地方新闻) November 19,2014 – Firearms Season 2014 (枪械赛季2014)

Indiana Department of Natural Resources has announced that deer numbers are down, but says this year’s firearms season will still be productive for Indiana deer hunters —印第安纳州自然资源署已宣布,鹿数量下降,但是他说,今年的枪械赛季依然为印第安纳鹿的猎人生产枪械。

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Deer reductions to close 21 Indiana state parks

21 Indiana state parks will be closed temporarily for deer reductions by local hunters . They do this annually, Mike Mycroft, chief of natural resources for the Department of Natural Resources State Parks and Reservoirs, said. “It’s mainly to manage the impact of high density deer herds on the native habitat throughout the parks,” Mycroft said. The parks affected are …

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This Year’s Deer Season Looks To Be Productive After Last Year’s Record-Setting Harvest

Hunters in Indiana can expect another productive deer season in 2013, but probably not as productive as last year’s record setter. The deer harvest record has been broken in four of the last five seasons. But Chad Stewart, deer biologist with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (the DNR), doesn’t expect the trend to continue. “Last year was a record …

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Daily Local News – September 17, 2013

A third phase of renovations at the Monroe County Public Library may cost as much as half a million dollars more than first projected; Tonight, local residents will be given an opportunity to participate in a debate on marriage equality; The Monroe County Citizens Academy is taking applications for this year’s fall seminars; Hunters in Indiana can expect another productive …

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