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Press Photo by Dustin Monke Mule deer were spotted Jan. 27 at the entrance of Theodore Roosevelt National Park South Unit in Medora on Sunday.

Mule deer up despite harsh weather

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The 2012-13 winter in western North Dakota may have been one of the most severe, in terms of temperature and snowfall, in decades.

Despite the conditions, a mule deer survey conducted by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department has indicated that the number of mule deer in western North Dakota has increased by 15 percent.

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