Deer Hunting

2.13 Deer Hunting

Deer Hunting

The last glacier changed much of the land surface of Ohio except for the southeastern part of the state. The Hocking and Muskingum river systems carried silt, sand, and gravel, called outwash, downstream from the ice melting to the north. Sometimes this outwash gathered at the mouths of smaller streams, damming them and causing lakes to form in their valleys.

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