Our wildlife critters literally froze to death because it was too cold, and there was a lot of snow last winter.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wildlife suffered higher than normal losses this winter in severe weather across the western United States, where the toll included the deaths of all known fawns in one Wyoming deer herd and dozens of endangered bighorn sheep in California.
Wildlife managers in Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Washington also reported higher losses of animals in the wake of one of the coldest and snowiest winters in decades. Parts of the Rockies saw snowfall as late as mid-June.
Where is global warming when you need it?
Stay tuned for updates whenever liberals figure out a spin to blame this on Republicans.