Why are Deer and Elk Declining in Utah’s Book Cliffs? A Study Aims to Find Out



Summer is when cow elk and doe deer have their offspring. So BYU graduate students are in Utah’s Book Cliffs for a study. With the help of conservation organizations like SFW, they collared cows and doe deer, and those females are now having babies. So the students work fast to capture those neonates to gather data and determine why big game numbers are down in this hunting unit.

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