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White Tailed Deer Management And Habitat Improvement

Author: Steve Bartylla
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ISBN: 9781440245527
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Steve Bartylla has more than 20 years of experience setting up and managing hunting properties, as well as consulting for other landowners who want to manage their lands for healthy, mature bucks. His hands-on knowledge will provide detailed instruction on how to boost your hunting success by improving the land, the quality of mature deer and your overall hunting plan.

White Tailed Deer Habitat

Author: José Alfonso Ortega-Santos
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1603449728
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The original, 2006 edition of Timothy Edward Fulbright and J. Alfonso Ortega-S.’s White-Tailed Deer Habitat: Ecology and Management on Rangelands was hailed as “a splendid reference for the classroom and those who make their living from wildlife and the land” and as “filling a niche that is not currently approached in the literature.” In this second, full-color edition, revised and expanded to include the entire western United States and northern Mexico, Fulbright and Ortega-S. provide a carefully reasoned synthesis of ecological and range management principles that incorporates rangeland vegetation management and the impact of crops, livestock, predation, and population density within the context of the arid and semiarid habitats of this broad region. As landowners look to hunting as a source of income and to the other benefits of managing for wildlife, the clear presentation of the up-to-date research gathered in this book will aid their efforts. Essential points covered in this new edition include: White-tailed deer habitat requirements Nutritional needs of White-tailed deer Carrying capacity Habitat management Hunting Focused across political borders and written with an understanding of environments where periodic drought punctuates long-term weather patterns, this revised and expanded edition of White-Tailed Deer Habitat: Ecology and Management on Rangelands will aid landowners, researchers, and naturalists in their efforts to integrate land management and use with sound ecological practices.

Biology And Management Of White Tailed Deer

Author: David G. Hewitt
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482295989
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Winner of the Wildlife Society Outstanding Edited Book Award for 2013! Winner of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society Outstanding Book Award for 2011! Winner of a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award for 2011! Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer organizes and presents information on the most studied large mammal species in the world. The book covers the evolutionary history of the species, its anatomy, physiology, and nutrition, population dynamics, and ecology across its vast range (from central Canada through northern South America). The book then discusses the history of management of white-tailed deer, beginning with early Native Americans and progressing through management by Europeans and examining population lows in the early 1900s, restocking efforts through the mid 1900s, and recent, overabundant populations that are becoming difficult to manage in many areas. Features: Co-published with the Quality Deer Management Association Compiles valuable information for white-tailed deer enthusiasts, managers, and biologists Written by an authoritative author team from diverse backgrounds Integrates white-tailed deer biology and management into a single volume Provides a thorough treatment of white-tailed deer antler biology Includes a CD-ROM with color images The backbone of many state wildlife management agencies' policies and a featured hunting species through much of their range, white-tailed deer are an important species ecologically, socially, and scientifically in most areas of North America. Highly adaptable and now living in close proximity to humans in many areas, white-tailed deer are both the face of nature and the source of conflict with motorists, home-owners, and agricultural producers. Capturing the diverse aspects of white-tailed deer research, Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer is a reflection of the resources invested in the study of the species’ effects on ecosystems, predator-prey dynamics, population regulation, foraging behavior, and browser physiology.

Quality Whitetails

Author: Karl V. Miller
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811734356
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Top deer biologists and deer hunting authors discuss how and when hunters should harvest bucks and antlerless deer, and how to ensure a better chance of getting that trophy buck.

Advanced Stand Hunting Strategies

Author: Steve Bartylla
Publisher: North American Whitetail
ISBN: 9781892947543
Size: 63.16 MB
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If you're looking for expert advice on where to set up your deer stand - and why to do it - look no farther.

Hunting Mature Whitetails The Lakosky Way

Author: Lee Lakosky
Publisher: Krause Publications
ISBN: 9781440223891
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You've seen them on videos and commercials. You've watched their TV shows. You've witnessed lines of people stretched into parking lots at their public appearances. But now, for the first time, you can share the unparalleled whitetail management and hunting knowledge of Lee and Tiffany Lakosky, America's No. 1 hunting couple. Hunting Mature Whitetails the Lakosky Way: Quality Deer Management with Lee and Tiffany Lakosky gives you up-close-and-personal insight into Lee and Tiffany's methods for finding land, planting food plots, setting stands, identifying target bucks and bringing everything home at the moment of truth. You'll learn how this humble Minnesota couple grew from aspiring whitetail nuts to deer hunting superstars, and you'll read about pulse-pounding hunts for giant whitetails such as Gnarles Barkley and a 177-inch typical Minnesota giant. Packed with hundreds of color photographs, Hunting Mature Whitetails the Lakosky Way displays the greatest bucks from Lee and Tiffany's storied career and gives you the lessons learned from these hunts—lessons that will help you become a better deer hunter.