The November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management

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Winter can pose challenging conditions to mule deer in northwestern Montana. In the November issue of the Journal of Wildlife Management, researchers look at how mule deer responded to increased snow depth by shifting into denser forests.

Other articles focus on the challenges of managing red-cockaded woodpeckers under climate change, the growth of a reintroduced black bear population on the Cumberland Plateau, kit fox habitat use in Texas and more.

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