Monitoring Herds For Chronic Wasting Disease

Photo Credit: Courtesy of NDOW

by Nevada Department of Wildlife
10-8-2019
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There's a lot of news going around about "zombie" deer. To clarify there are no "zombies" running around anywhere😂! The stories are referring to a disease called Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), a neurological disease found in deer and elk that has never been detected in Nevada. We've been monitoring herds in the state for the disease since the 90's, and we continue those efforts. Below is a recent podcast we did about CWD that may answer some of your questions. You can also learn more about what you can do to help prevent the spread of the disease here: http://www.ndow.org/…/Health_and_D…/Chronic_Wasting_Disease/



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: NDOW Southern Fishing Report
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Blue Lakes: Good Reports Back From Blue Lakes
Carson River: The Carson is Fishing Well
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Hobart Reservoir: Fish Have Been Surface Feeding Preety Actively
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Lahontan Reservoir: Afternoons & Evening Bite is Your Best Bet
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Marlette Lake: 2019 Season Closed
Onion Valley Reservoir: Fishing Has Been Good & Continues To Get Better
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Truckee River: The River is in Excellent Condition
Wall Canyon Reservoir: Difficult to Access
: Western Nevada NDOW Fishing Report