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Ruffed grouse appear to be faring well this winter. They roost much of the day in deep, soft snow where they are warmer and can avoid predators. Forum Communications Co. file photo

Winter takes toll on Minnesota wildlife

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White-tailed deer have retreated to the conifers. Mangy wolves near Grand Marais are stealing suet balls put out for birds in residential neighborhoods. Snow is piling up thigh-deep in some parts of the Northland. It's a real northern Minnesota winter.

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