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A free roaming white-tailed deer has tested positive for rabies in Hampshire County.
The county’s first confirmed case this year indicates that more animals are likely infected with the disease.
With archery and crossbow season underway across the state, officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources remind hunters that all mammals, including white-tailed deer, are vulnerable to rabies.
Hunters are advised to take precautions to prevent contracting the disease and immediately report suspected cases to the DNR.
Firearm deer hunting season in West Virginia begins on Nov. 20.