Published August 2003
by Authorhouse .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
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Wildlife Damage Management, Internet Center for Spring White-tailed deer attacking humans during the fawning season: a unique human–wildlife conflict on a university campus Ryan D. Hubbard Southern Illinois University–Carbondale, [email protected] Clayton K. Nielsen Southern Illinois University–Carbondale, [email protected] aggressive behavior among deer. Published accounts of aggression by white-tailed deer deal mainly with the spectacular aspects and little mention is made of the more commonplace features associated with aggressive behavior. Thomas et al. () presented one of the most comprehensive accounts of this behavior among white-tailed deer. In-. Minimizing deer damage to forest vegetation through aggressive deer population management was always of utmost concern to this dedicated deer manager. CARRYING CAPACITY By the early s Severinghaus realized that the central Adirondacks contained far too many deer for the available : Peter Schoonmaker. Deer usually visit these small plots before moving into the main feeding area. The same goes for morning hunts, but in reverse. Deer often stop in these open areas to grab one last quick bite before heading back to bed. Kill plots put the hunter between the feeding plot and bedding : Josh Honeycutt.
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