A rough winter was not good to the mule deer and pronghorn antelope in the West, but its the decline in number over the past 30 years that has biologists and hunters worried.
According to the Craig Daily Press, there has been a slow, steady decline in populations for the past three decades in Colorado and Wyoming. The National Wildlife Foundation's report will be presented at meetings throughout the area.
If anyone's going to do it, it's going to be hunters. –Brian McClintock