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Warming climate means red deer rutting season arrives early
Date:1/14/2011

The Isle of Rum National Nature Reserve has been a key centre for wildlife research for many years, particularly in relation to deer. We are very pleased to be supporting this latest study on the island. It provides further evidence of how climate change is impacting on wildlife. There may be implications for deer and their management in future and we will continue to work with the researchers to consider these."


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Contact: Genevieve Maul
Genevieve.maul@admin.cam.ac.uk
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University of Cambridge
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