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White-tailed deer population management in the north central states

White-tailed deer population management in the north central states

proceedings of a symposium held at the 41st Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Urbana, Illinois, 10 December 1979

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Published by The Section in [Wisconsin?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle West
    • Subjects:
    • White-tailed deer -- Middle West -- Congresses.,
    • Wildlife management -- Middle West -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementRuth L. Hine and Susan Nehls, editors ; sponsored by North Central Section of The Wildlife Society.
      ContributionsHine, Ruth L., 1925-, Nehls, Susan., Wildlife Society. North Central Section., Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference (41st : 1979 : Urbana, Ill.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.U55 W47 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination116 p. :
      Number of Pages116
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2114810M
      LC Control Number88169959

      Category(ies): Natural Resources & Land Use - Keywords: fossil fuel Age Group: Pre K-2nd grade White-tailed Deer Population Management in the North Central States Non-FictionHine, L. and Nehls, S. North Central Section of the Wildlife Society.   Nationwide, white-tailed deer populations have been on the rise for a century, reaching an all-time high of more than 30 million in the last decade—that’s three times more deer than there are hunters in the United States today.

      White-tailed deer population management in the North Central States. Symp. 4lst Midw. Fish & Wildl. Conf. pp. Cover illustration by Cindy House reproduced from: L.K. Halls (Editor). White-tailed deer ecology and management. Stackpole Books. pp. This report should be cited as follows: deer populations in the north began to. Abstract: Population change, survival, and the relative importance of mortality factors were estimated for white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in the km2 Bearville Study Area in north-central Minnesota during January December ; deer 26 months old were radio collared and monitored. Annual.

      Study 1. Population Dynamics and Ecology of White-tailed Deer in Illinois Study 1 included 5 objectives that were addressed in 4 jobs and their findings and results analyzed comprehensively in Job (Analysis and Report) that largely consists of this Final Performance Report and the attached manuscripts and related products. Following is a brief. Department of Natural Resources: Deer Population Management May Key Facts and Findings: The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) carries out a range of activities across Minnesota to manage and conserve the state’s white-tailed deer populations. With an estimated one million white-tailed deer statewide in , deer are found in every.


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The white-tailed deer is the "bread and but­ ter" game animal for nearly all the states in the north central part of the United States. The welfare of this deer has more influence on the policies, the politics, the finances, and the sociology of the hunting public in this region than any other game species, except.

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white-tailed deer. HABITAT MANAGEMENT. Properly managing habitat for white-tailed deer includes a series of planned actions and strategies designed to provide for the biological and environmental needs of a healthy white-tailed deer.

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In White-tailed deer Population Management in the North Central States: Proceedings of a Symposium held at the 41st Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Urbana, Ill., 10 December Edited by R.L. Hine and S. by: 3. Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer (al FIGURE (a) Milo Hanson World's Record typical white-tailed deer, /8 points, Biggar, Saskatchewan.

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() reported that yearling does may cycle and conceive if File Size: KB. Data for the trend in the whitetail deer population from and earlier is based on Kert VerCauteren in The Deer Boom, the Wildlife Management Institute's book "Whitetail Deer: Ecology and Management" and others, updated using current harvest data and state population estimates.

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The population of the White Tailed Deer, a native to the North American continent, has varied over time. Data on population levels before colonization is limited, but we know Native Americans relied on deer for food, shelter, clothing and tools. Prior to European settlement the population estimates were 8 to 11 per square mile.

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These changes, along with a high reproductive rate, have caused the white-tailed deer population in New Jersey to reach numbers far above those of pre-settlement times. As ofwhite-tailed deer in New Jersey numbered an estimated  White-tailed Deer Population Management in the North Central States, R.

Hine and S. Nehls, eds. North Central Section of The Wildlife Society. The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), also known as the whitetail or Virginia deer, is a medium-sized deer native to North America, Central America, Ecuador, and South America as far south as Peru and Bolivia.

It has also been introduced to New Zealand, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, the Bahamas, the Lesser Antilles, and some countries in Europe, such as the Class: Mammalia.POPULATION ECOLOGY OF WHITE-TAILED DEER IN THE DRIFT PRAIRIE-COTEAU OF NORTH DAKOTA by Jason R.

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The National Park Service (NPS) initiated a white-tailed deer management planning effort in in an effort to preserve and restore natural ecosystems in peril on Fire Island; to preserve the historically significant landscape at the William Floyd Estate on Long Island; and to reduce human-wildlife conflicts.