white-tailed deer


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Better understanding of white-tailed deer space use, movements, and abundance would identify the spatial extent and relevant deer population for effective management of CWD if detected.
White-tailed deer use vegetation types other than forests to fulfill their life requisites, such as wetlands (Pusateri, 2003; Hiller, 2007; Hummel et al.
The paper - titled "White-tailed Deer as a Taphonomic Agent" and published May 2 in the "Journal of Forensic Sciences" - documented the first known observation of white-tailed deer nibbling on a single human rib.
md]), or CWD from white-tailed deer from Wisconsin combined with brain material from experimentally challenged white-tailed deer ([CWD.
White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) are adaptable organisms, which inhabit and use many different vegetation types and environments from forests and agricultural fields to urban settings and wetlands (Rooney 2001, Hiller 2007, Felix et al.
At some locations, the parasite was found in 25 percent of sampled white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus).
Consequently, there has been considerable interest in the effects of coyotes on white-tailed deer populations in the southeastern USA (Kilgo et al.
However, white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Zimmermann 1780), quail (Callipepla squamata Vigors 1830 and Colimis virginianus Linnaeus 1758), and other species will use juniper breaks for cover and refuge from extreme temperatures (Lyons et al.
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Nelson (1998) felt migration behavior was not rigidly controlled in white-tailed deer, but that deer inherit the capacity to migrate.
Management of our large animals greatly favors White-tailed Deer.
White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) densities in North America have increased significantly in the last 100 years, contributing to extensive agricultural losses.
The adult female deer tick needs yet another blood meal, from a white-tailed deer, to successfully produce eggs.
We live in western Montana, in Ravalli County, where our studies on birth defects on wild ruminants, especially white-tailed deer, were done.
Chitek Lake Provincial Park contains Manitoba's only herd of free-ranging wood bison while the Walter Cook Caves is the only known place where elk, moose, white-tailed deer, woodland caribou and wood bison share the same habitat.