Fewer deer were taken this year by New York hunters.
The Department of Environmental conservation says more than 200,000 deer were harvested during the 2017-18 hunting season.
That included 107-thousand antlered bucks.
But that was an estimated five-percent fewer deer than the previous year.
Statewide, this represents a 10-percent decline in the antlerless harvest and a buck harvest nearly identical to 2016.