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North Dakota Outdoors: Status of wildlife this winter

Casey Anderson said that because the region didn't receive snow until mid to late December has helped retain food sources for deer.

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Deer in field.
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BISMARCK — Casey Anderson, North Dakota Game and Fish wildlife division chief, joins host Mike Anderson to discuss the condition of wildlife this winter.

Casey Anderson said that because the region didn't receive snow until mid to late December has helped retain food sources for deer.

Anderson explains how ringneck pheasants, sharptail grouse and other species are affected by winter weather.

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