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North Dakota Game and Fish Courtesy Photo With deer at its lowest number of licenses since 1988, there are many factors going into establishing a rising population. Oil activity, disease and three harsh winters resulted in 65,300 licenses available this season.

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In the wild, deer have many competitors whether it's other predators, disease, or in the western North Dakota's case, oil activity.

Being license numbers down to 65,300, which is a decrease of 44,650 from last year, hunters should still be excited for deer season.

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