Deer stop to look at tourists while grazing in Yosemite National Park in 2013. On Tuesday, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that it has received more than 50 reports of sick or dead deer from Siskiyou to Fresno counties, likely caused by the adenovirus hemorrhagic disease. The public is asked to report sick or dead deer to a CDFW Regional office.
Deer stop to look at tourists while grazing in Yosemite National Park in 2013. On Tuesday, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that it has received more than 50 reports of sick or dead deer from Siskiyou to Fresno counties, likely caused by the adenovirus hemorrhagic disease. The public is asked to report sick or dead deer to a CDFW Regional office. GARY KAZANJIAN Fresno Bee file
Deer stop to look at tourists while grazing in Yosemite National Park in 2013. On Tuesday, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that it has received more than 50 reports of sick or dead deer from Siskiyou to Fresno counties, likely caused by the adenovirus hemorrhagic disease. The public is asked to report sick or dead deer to a CDFW Regional office. GARY KAZANJIAN Fresno Bee file

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