Mention whitetail predators and coyotes, foxes, black bears, and other mammals come to mind. But it’s the insidious tick that, attracted to carbon dioxide, can quickly overwhelm a small fawn as it sits motionless on the forest floor.
Ticks also spread Lyme’s disease, a crippling malady that is found in all lower 48 states and in near epidemic status in the Northeast and upper Midwest.
The folks at GrowingDeer.tv do a great job of explaining how prevalent this problem has become, what can be done about it, and how you can protect yourself against tick infections.
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