New study investigates devastating disease in deer

Outlet: UGA Today

UGA Today: Getting this information, though, requires an all-hands-on-deck approach. Scientists and biologists with the state will take to helicopters or to the ground to find, capture and test the animals. This process will continue throughout the study period. Then, at the culmination of the study, all the animals will be captured or harvested and sent to a partner institution, Colorado State University, for additional research.