Local Deer Need Your Help!

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deer cam
Photo courtesy of the Algoma Fish and Game Club.

The Algoma Fish and Game Club needs your help! The next 4 weeks are the most crucial time to help the deer survival rate especially for a healthy birthrate of the new baby fawns. The AFGC Board has approved a $1000 emergency budget to buy deer feed immediately, however it will take much more than that!

deer cam
Photo courtesy of the Algoma Fish and Game Club.

Please help us make a difference and donate now to help us purchase deer feed and distribute it where needed.  If you or someone you know (specifically the local logging community) know of a source of cedar clippings please contact us at algomafishandgame@gmail.com.

GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/b69v4w-conservation-efforts?sharetype=teams&member=1864606&rcid=r01-155253150379-79b6634e6cec4741&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_m

For more information and updates, visit the Algoma Fish and Game Club’s Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/algomafishandgame/

14 COMMENTS

  1. Teaching them that people are a source of food may be detrimental to their survival come hunting season…double edged sword I guess

    • Hunting season is a long ways away. Helping them survive through the next 4 most important weeks of one of the harshest winters may avoid the predicted 50% winter die off rate from the lack of food due the extreme snow amount in the bush. This will definitely help with the doe’s giving birth to their spring fawns and increase their chances of survival.

  2. Doe, a deer, I feed them daily, even out of my hand. I hope they come back when the snow is gone and clean up their poop though.

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