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(KSL News) Utah experienced an exceptionally harsh winter this year, and it sent more deer and other wildlife out of the mountains and into communities in search of food.
But more than just a matter of weather, the situation points out the effect of human development on land that for thousands of years has been animal habitat. Are there better ways for us to get along?
Mark Hadley with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Don Peay of Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife joined us today to weigh in on that question in our Talking Point segment.
To view the Eyewitness News Talking Point discussion on getting along with Utah wildlife, click the play button above or the related video link.