Deer hunting guide: Winter probably affected Grand Rapids area deer herd
GRAND RAPIDS — Deer, especially northern Minnesota deer, are adaptable animals. Because of where and how they live, a deer that doesn’t adapt is a deer that doesn’t survive.
Last winter the deer in north-central Minnesota were forced to adapt to a winter that seemingly would never end. Most of the deer adapted well but some didn’t.
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