Sharp drop in 2020 deer harvest as hunters forced to stay home

By Blair Thomson
Updated October 1 2021 - 6:14am, first published 1:07am
ROAMING: A deer on the move in Eskdale in September. There are concerns the deer population will grow as a result of restrictions in place due to the coronavirus, with fewer shooters in the field last year. Picture: JAMES WILTSHIRE

Deer harvesting numbers sharply declined last year amid COVID-19 restrictions on hunting, with concerns the population will rise.

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