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North Dakota Game and Fish Courtesy Photo Deer navigate deep snow along the Sheyenne River in this undated winter photo. Despite the lingering winter, a big game biologist said he hasn't received any reports of significant deer mortality, but the animals face a crucial time as spring approaches. Fawn survival is of special concern, he said.

Critical time for wildlife, fish

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GRAND FORKS -- As winter continues its grip, natural resources managers in North Dakota and Minnesota say the eventual impact on wildlife and fish won't be known until the snow finally melts.

For the time being, it's so far, so good. Probably.

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