Major Winter Stormleaves Wildlife Hungry
By angelamontana

Posted: September 25, 2012

FAIRHAVEN, OH – DECEMBER 26: A white tail deer near New Haven, Ohio looks unhappy at having to eat pine tree needles for food since his normal supply of grass and weeds was burried under 2-3 feet of snow December 26, 2004 in Fairhaven, Ohio. The snow storm which hit the Ohio Valley this week left 20-30 inches of snow in parts of Indiana and Ohio and snarled traffic and halted most air traffic in the region. Most wild life is hardpressed to find food under such a heavy blanket of snow which forces them to seek alternative sources of food. (Photo by Michael Williams/Getty Images)

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