Wednesday, February 11, 2009


Emerging Issues in White-tailed Deer Management

White-tailed deer are a biologically, socially, and economically important wildlife species. Decisions we make today in how to manage deer affects all of us. The purpose of this conference is to facilitate dialogue and new ideas related to the most critical issues in white-tailed deer management. Leading researchers from across the country will present an in-depth look into emerging issues including urban deer management, human dimensions, population management, and more.

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If you attend, stop by and visit me at my presentation:

How quickly do forests recover from deer impacts? Insights from Wisconsin exclosure studies.

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