Infographic Template Galleries

Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Estimated Number of Deer With CWD Per Sq. Mile What is CWD CWD Prevention CWD in Genders and Age CWD is a fatal, transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) similar to what is commonly known as mad cow disease that is caused by twisted proteins, or prions. 33.3 33.8 38.3 26.4 2002 2003 2004 2005 Sources http://www.prwatch.org CWD Infection in Wisconsin Whitetail Deer Analysis of the sex and age composition of positive deer over the past ten years in Wisconsin has shown that: disease prevalence is higher in older deer than in younger deer, and prevalence in males is approximately twice as high as in females. Overall, there has been an increasing trend inprevalence in all sex and age classes in the western and eastern Wisconsin core monitoring areas. Since 2002, prevalence inthe western core has increased among:adult males from about 8% to nearly 18%, adult females from about 3% to approximately 7%, yearling males from about 2% to about 6%, and yearling females from 2% to about 5%. 1. Don't feed wild deer and moose.2. Don't bring whole deer, elk or moosecarcasses from CWD- infected statesinto your state.3. Report Sick or Abnormal Acting Deer4. Do not render, try to burn, compost or melt downcarcasses.5. Bag and dispose of carcass parts in the trash or a landfill.6. Bone-out deer to remove high risk tissues.
Create Your Free Infographic!