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Oregon Sees Spike in Deer Poaching

After a recent study, Oregon biologists were shocked to learn the high level of poaching taking place in the state.

11/17/2010


During a recent study on mule deer, Oregon biologists were shocked to learn the level of poaching that is taking place in the state. Orgeon has seen a severe drop in its mule deer population, reporting a current population of 216,000, down from what once was 300,000.


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1 Response to Oregon Sees Spike in Deer Poaching

Judy H wrote:
November 21, 2010

As cougar and wolf populations increase the deer and elk are going to be drastically reduced. So I wonder why it's so "shocking".