2 edition of Ecology and management of white-tailed deer in northeastern coastal habitats found in the catalog.
Ecology and management of white-tailed deer in northeastern coastal habitats
Brian L. Cypher
by Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||by Brian L. Cypher and Ellen A. Cypher ; project officer, Ronald E. Kirby.|
|Series||Biological report ;, 88(15), Biological report (Washington, D.C.) ;, 88-15.|
|Contributions||Cypher, Ellen A., Kirby, Ronald E.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.U55 C96 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||88600373|
Background White-tailed deer are widely distributed, inhabiting a wider range of latitudes and diversity of habitats than most mammals In general, wide ranging, generalist species should be more resistant to the impacts of climate change Computer simulations suggest that white-tailed deer would not be very sensitive to the effects of a doubling of atmospheric CO2 . Ecology and management of white-tailed deer in a changing world William J. McShea modiﬁcations, and from the desires of stakeholders that set deer management goals based on cultural, rather than biological, carrying capacity. white-tailed deer, there is .
• Deer numbers, whether high or low, must be within the habitat’s ability to properly support them. • Knowing the deer population level and its effect on the vegetation is important. • In many areas of Texas, the management of white-tailed deer populations my be accomplished by. The White Tailed Deer is found primarily in wooded areas where they have sufficient cover from predators. As shown in this photograph, this is a typical environment that a white tailed deer might live in. It has sufficient foliage, is not entirely flat so they can hide behind hills, and has a .
Title. Population ecology of white-tailed deer in northwestern Montana / Related Titles. Related/Analytical: Northwestern Montana white-tailed deer research progress report. Series: Job progress report ; By. Dusek, Gary L. Morgan, John T. (John Thomas), This updated second edition has been expanded to include ecological and range management principles incorporating vegetation management, the impact of crops, livestock, predation, and population density within the habitats of the regions including the entire western United States and northern Mexico.
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Get this from a library. Ecology and management of white-tailed deer in northeastern coastal habitats: a synthesis of the literature pertinent to national wildlife refuges from Maine to Virginia.
[Brian L Cypher; Ellen A Cypher; Ronald E Kirby; U.S. Fish and Wildlife.; U.S. Fish and Wildlife. Research and Development.]. White-Tailed Deer: Ecology and Management Hardcover – October 1, by Lowell K. Halls (Editor) out of 5 stars 9 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from /5(7). Ecology and Management of White-tailed Deer in Northeastern Coastal Habitats A Synthesis of the Literature Pertinent to National Wildlife Refuges from Maine to Virginia Author: Brian L.
Cypher,Ellen A. Cypher. 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. 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).5/5(6). Título: Ecology and Management of White-tailed Deer in Northeastern Coastal Habitats Creador: Brian L.
Cypher Género: Mammals Impresora: no defined Identidad Clave: hbVNfmaEC Código del libro: IND Oficiales de Idiomas: IND El número de hojas: 52 Lanzamiento: Unlike other books on white-tailed deer in places where rainfall is relatively high and the environment stable, this book takes an ecological approach to deer management in the semiarid lands of Oklahoma, Texas, and northern Mexico.
These are the least productive of white-tail habitats, where periodic drought punctuates long-term weather patterns. History of white-tailed deer conservation in Missouri.
The history of white-tailed deer in Missouri shows the positive and negative influences humans can have on wildlife (Figure 2).
In presettlement times, white-tailed deer were fairly abundant in Missouri, especially in the more fertile, diverse habitats of the northern part of the state. White-tailed deer can be found from southern Canada all the way down to South America (De la Rosa-Reyna, X.F.
et al ). The home range of white-tailed deer can vary in different regions based on food and cover availability and human disturbance during different times of the year. 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. Ecology and Management of White-tailed Deer in Missouri. The two most closely related deer species are the white-tailed and mule deer (O.
hemionus), both of which belong to the genus Odocoileus. For many years, the white-tailed deer was the only remaining native ungulate still thriving in Missouri; however, this has changed with the recent. White-tailed Deer Biology & Management Greg Yarrow, Professor of Wildlife Ecology, Extension Wildlife Specialist Historical The flashing of a white, flag-like tail along the edge of a field and into the woods signals the presence of the most popular game animal in the South.
Hunting the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginiana) is a form ofFile Size: KB. However, a successful deer management program requires an understanding of deer ecology, behavior, and habitat requirements.
This course will focus on providing an overview of white-tailed deer ecology and provide guidelines toward the application of sound principles for the management of deer on private lands in the Southeast. The book was carefully designed and written to be of interest and use to sportsmen and other wildlife conservation enthusiasts, as well as to professional wildlife biologists, managers, researchers, administrators, educators and students.
It is as comprehensive and informative as any book every devoted to a single wildlife species. Includes the work of over 70 wildlife Reviews: 1.
Ecology and Management of White-tailed Deer in Missouri T he white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is one of Missouri’s most valuable wildlife resources (Figure 1).
Each year, hunters spend more than six million hunter-days in the field pursuing the whitetail, contributing $ billion annually to the Missouri economyFile Size: 1MB.
High deer densities result from an absence of predators or high plant productivity, often due to human habitat modifications, and from the desires of stakeholders that set deer management goals based on cultural, rather than biological, carrying by: Karl V.
Miller is professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management at the University of Georgia’s Daniel B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.
Miller’s research focuses on the habitat requirements and management of white-tailed deer and on the impact of forest management practices on deer and other wildlife. The white-tailed deer, commonly referred to as the whitetail, is perhaps Ohio’s best-known wildlife species.
It is seen in the state’s wildlife areas, parks, and nature preserves as well as in the backyards of rural and suburban residents. The state’s only big game animal, it has provided table fare for generations of the state’s.
One of the main goals of habitat management for white-tailed deer is to provide forage capable of maintaining a high nutritional plane, because the nutritional quality of habitats that deer use is. Project Methods Goal A: Estimate survival and spatial ecology of sika deer and white-tailed deer in the Mid-Atlantic RegionDeer Capture: We will capture deer using dropnets and dartguns.
We will primarily use dropnets to capture deer because they are very cost-effective. The dropnet will physically restrain deer until sedated using an intramuscular injection of xylazine.
The Ecology and Interactions of White-tailed Deer and Eastern Coyotes as Influenced by Human Activities in Nova Scotia 5 Introduction When Europeans first arrived in Nova Scotia in the s, they did not encounter any white-tailed deer.
Innine white-tailed deer were released in the province near Bear River, Digby County.Axis deer consume more grass than white-tailed deer yet axis deer also consume dietary items such as browse, mast, and forbs that comprise the bulk of white-tailed deer diets in central Texas.Regional assessment on influence of landscape configuration and connectivity on range size of white-tailed deer.
Landscape Ecology, 24(10), White-tailed Deer Biology and Management. Clemson University Cooperative Extension's Forestry & .