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COVID-19 inflicted all sorts of casualties throughout 2020, but Georgia's deer season wasn't among them.

In fact, according to Georgia's Wildlife Resources Division, hunters with extra time on their hands due to furloughs and business closures may have performed better this season than in previous years.

One early concern, according Georgia State Deer Biologist Cha...

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