Sections

Weather Forecast

Close

Stark County in travel advisory

Advertisement
Courtesy Photo by North Dakota Game and Fish Department This is one of 90 female mule deer that researchers have equipped with a radio collar so biologists can track movements and mortality in the North Dakota Badlands, where extensive oil and gas development threatens wildlife habitat.

Researchers study effects of oil drilling on N.D. wildlife

Email News Alerts

FARGO -- Mule deer in the Little Missouri Badlands recently were equipped with radio collars to enable biologists to track their movements and mortality.

Advertisement

The research is one of several studies under way in western North Dakota to determine the effects on wildlife species from unprecedented oil and gas drilling and production.

Get the full story
Subscribe or Log In

Are you a newspaper subscriber but you don't have a Digital Access account yet? Activate your account.

You will need your subscription account number and phone number. Not sure if you have an account? Call (701) 225-8111 and we can help you.

Advertisement
Advertisement