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Why do deer cause more car crashes in autumn?
This is the peak period for car accidents caused by deer. So why are there so many such incidents at this time of year?
Crackdown on poaching in Cumbria
Wildlife crime officers begin an operation to crackdown on poaching in Cumbria.
Unchecked deer 'harm woodlands'
Woodlands without effective widescale management systems in place are more likely to be damaged by the UK's growing deer population, a study suggests.
Deer 'pill' curbs aggressive mating
US scientists say they have developed a contraceptive vaccine for deer that reduces fertility and eliminates aggressive mating behaviours.
Deer hospital appeal is launched
A wildlife rescue service starts an appeal for funds to build a special hospital to care for deer that have been injured in the county.
Emperor stag shot on Exmoor
A 9ft-tall Exmoor stag called the Emperor, thought to be the biggest wild land animal in the UK, has been shot.
Why huge stag Emperor was killed
The shooting of a red deer named The Emperor raises the issue of stalking.
Huge stag Emperor found shot dead
A giant red stag, known as the Exmoor Emperor and thought to have been the biggest wild land animal in the UK, is found shot dead.
Deer warning issued to motorists
Motorists in many parts of Scotland are warned to expect large numbers of deer on the roads as winter approaches.
Stroud deer makes friends with cattle
A young deer near Stroud has been spotted living comfortably with cattle, rather than his own kind.
Deer-free zone hailed a success
An area of Caledonian Forest has been able to flourish after it was fenced off against deer, a charity says.
Police probe deer park shooting
Police launch an investigation after a deer is shot dead at a park in the south west of Scotland.
Severed deer heads found in ditch
Police warn they will come down hard on poachers believed to have left the heads of deer and foxes in a lane in East Yorkshire.
Deer sightings increase in Nottingham city centre
Urban deer sightings in Nottingham have significantly increased this year, according to wildlife experts.
Starvation 'wiped out' giant deer
A study of ancient teeth provides new clues as to what caused the demise of one of the largest ever species of deer.
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