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Tag: white-tailed deer

February to March is an ideal time to look for deer antler sheds. Learn more about deer habits during winter to improve your odds of finding antler sheds.

Managing woodlots to encourage the growth of woody browse can attract deer and help maintain your woodlot. Learn how to create an ideal habitat for deer.

Over the years, there have been several white deer in Mill Creek MetroParks in Boardman, Ohio. Learn more about the condition causing their unique coloring.

The USDA's National Veterinary Services Laboratories confirmed that SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, was found in wild white-tailed deer in Ohio.

Learn how to recognize the signs of a nervous deer based on the position of its tail and determine your best course of action before it takes off.

It’s important that any venison derived from hunting be handled safely to avoid the spread of foodborne pathogens, which could cause foodborne illnesses.

In a continuing effort to control deer populations, the ODNR will coordinate special deer hunts at eight state nature preserves. 

Those hunting in or near areas where chronic wasting disease has been confirmed should take precautions this deer season.

The first year to see an Ohio deer harvest total over 10,000 was 1974 when 10,747 were tagged. Hunting in all 88 counties was not permitted until 1979.

Most whitetail bucks will have dropped last year's antlers by the end of January and once it is a shed, it represents a coveted prize to the first person to find it.