Managing White-tailed Deer in Suburban Environments
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Deer populations in suburban environments are soaring, resulting in an increase in deer-related conflicts such as property damage, vehicle collisions, and altered forest ecology. This publication describes strategies and methods for controlling deer populations in suburban environments and provides extensive resource contacts and a list of state wildlife agencies.
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deer management; deer-vehicle collisions; deer ecology; nonlethal deer management; deer population reduction; deer damage control
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