One underrated pest

The white-tailed deer and campers share one thing in common; they both prefer a stand of hemlock trees for bedding. In the winter, when snow depths accumulate above six to eight inches, deer will seek out these stands. Hemlocks provide a natural buffer from winter’s cold winds as well as less snow to trudge through. Such areas are referred to […]

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