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The animal kingdom is full of coronaviruses. Here’s what that means for COVID’s future.
Like the flu, SARS-CoV-2 is poised to keep jumping between people and animals.
Wild deer are giving each other COVID—a lot
Animals hosting the virus may act as a reservoir.
These are the days in the year you’re more likely to hit a deer
Accident reports and insurance claims in New York and other states show some clear patterns.
Eastern coyotes are increasingly common—here are 5 facts to know about them
They’re mysterious to biologists and misunderstood by the public.
Hunters are helping keep food banks stocked through COVID-19
All that extra meat can make a difference in a crisis.
Our best bet against tick infestations might be fire
If done right, regular, planned fires can manage tick populations in the Northeast.
These states want you to eat more roadkill
Freeway-to-table could be the next big food trend in California.
I got Alpha-gal from a tick, and I’m a hunter
What the outdoor community needs to know about the red-meat allergy spread by ticks.
How do deer grow antlers so quickly?
The science behind antler growth, sheds, and velvet.
The world’s largest organism is being eaten alive by deer
His name is Pando and he’s very nice.