DEC To Investigate Suspected Deadly Deer Disease In Southampton - 27 East

DEC To Investigate Suspected Deadly Deer Disease In Southampton

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A deadly disease that hits deer has made its way to the East End.

A deadly disease that hits deer has made its way to the East End.

A deadly disease that hits deer has made its way to the East End.

A deadly disease that hits deer has made its way to the East End. DANA SHAW

Kitty Merrill on Oct 13, 2021
People don’t catch deadly Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD); white tailed deer do. The terminal illness is spread through the bite of gnats, also known as midges, aka no-see-ums, aka punkies,... more

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