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Idaho’s mule deer fawns died at 2nd-highest rate in 19 years; elk fared better

About 70 percent of radio-collared mule deer fawns in Idaho died during and in the immediate aftermath of the harsh 2016-17 winter, Idaho Fish and Game announced Monday.

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How a longtime Idaho bear hunter became the prey

Boise County hunter Marvin Jennings suffered severe wounds from a black bear that attacked him after being shot by Jennings’ uncle on May 28. "I did everything that you're supposed to do," says Jennings. "It didn't work on this one."
Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
How a longtime Idaho bear hunter became the prey 2:55

How a longtime Idaho bear hunter became the prey

Idaho Fish and Game traps, moves mountain lion kittens 1:45

Idaho Fish and Game traps, moves mountain lion kittens

4,000 elk, 15 tons of hay per day in one cool, time-lapse video 2:10

4,000 elk, 15 tons of hay per day in one cool, time-lapse video

Winter wildlife feeding in Southwest Idaho 0:46

Winter wildlife feeding in Southwest Idaho