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Hurricane Isaac's Effects On Wildlife Lingering

by | Oct 09, 2012
More than a month after Hurricane Isaac invaded southern Louisiana, state wildlife biologists confirmed last week that the Category I storm’s surge and heavy rains could have more long-lasting wildlife and habitat effects than much stronger previous storms. Wildlife biologists and managers will call for a reduction in the seasons lengths and switch in the decade-old either-sex-take allowed to deer hunters. Read the rest of the story here.

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