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comparative evaluation of techniques for analyzing white-tailed deer harvest data

John L. Roseberry

comparative evaluation of techniques for analyzing white-tailed deer harvest data

by John L. Roseberry

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Published by Wildlife Society in [Bethesda, MD?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deer hunting -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Wildlife management -- Illinois.,
  • White-tailed deer.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of wildlife management ; Vol. 55, no. 3 (Supplement)
    Statementby John L. Roseberry and Alan Woolf.
    SeriesWildlife monographs -- no. 117.
    ContributionsWoolf, Alan., Wildlife Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p. :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18001766M

      The harvest data you collect will provide an evaluation of your harvest prescriptions. For example, if your goal is to reduce the deer herd, then your herd health indicators (body weights, antler measurements, lactation status, kidney-fat stores, etc.) should improve. Roseberry JL, Woolf A. A comparative evaluation of techniques for analyzing white-tailed deer harvest data. Wildl. Monogr. Google Cited by: 3.

    present: Professor of Forest Wildlife and Director, Institute for White-tailed Deer Management and Research, College of Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University. Now teach courses in wildlife habitat management, wildlife management techniques, wildlife ecology, land management planning, white-tailed deer ecology and management. White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) population management is a challenge for state wildlife agencies (hereafter agencies).State wildlife agencies use hunting regulations to manipulate population age structure, sex ratio, or size to levels that are biologically and socially desirable (Demarais et al. ).Concomitantly, as with many species, harvest management practices are Cited by:

      Winner of the Wildlife Society Outstanding Edited Book Award for !Winner of the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society Outstanding Book Award for !Winner of a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award for !Biology and Management of White-tailed Deer organizes and presents information on the most studied large mammal species in the world.5/5(1). and current year’s age- and sex-specific harvest rates. The WDNR has a long history of using SAK for white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) management (Creed et al. ), but also uses SAK to help manage other species including American black bear (Ursus americanus) (Allen et al. a) and bobcat (Lynx rufus) (Allen et al. ).


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A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR ANALYZING WHITE-TAILED DEER HARVEST DATA JOHN L. ROSEBERRY Cooperative Wildlife Research Laboratory, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL ALAN WOOLF Cooperative Wildlife Research Laboratory and Department of Zoology, Southern Illinois University at Car.

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Get this from a library. A comparative evaluation of techniques for analyzing white-tailed deer harvest data. [John L Roseberry; Alan Woolf; Wildlife Society.]. Jul., A Comparative Evaluation of Techniques for Analyzing White-Tailed Deer Harvest Data Published by: Wiley on behalf of the Wildlife Society.

management units, annual FDRs are used as parameter inputs in WDNR Sex-Age-Kill deer population estimates. Methods The Summer Deer Observation (SDO) survey used WDNR and cooperating U.S.

Forest Service and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel to record deer observations during August– September during normal duty travels. The maximum likelihood methods for age-at-harvest analysis provide a comprehensive framework for population reconstruction with abundance estimates comparable to field survey techniques.

White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) have reached population densities in the agricultural Midwest that would not have been predicted years ago. To help explain this phenomenon, we inventoried and analyzed potential deer habitat in Illinois, using classified satellite imagery and a proximity-based habitat model.

Statewide prehunt deer densities (ca ) were estimated at deer. ABSTRACT--Estimating local deer populations is an important consideration for deer managers.

Shelled corn is commonly used to attract white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) to infrared-triggered camera survey sites. The addition of mineral formulations may increase deer visitation. A Comparison of Deer and Turkey Harvest Data Collection Methods in Missouri Article in Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(Dec ) December with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Introduction. Management for white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is often intended to manipulate population characteristics such as abundance, age structure, and sex ratio (Demarais et al., ).Historical frameworks used to evaluate populations (reviewed in Roseberry and Woolf, ) are simplified approaches to complex systems.

Effectiveness of management practices cannot be Cited by: meet management goals and bring the deer population into better balance with the habitat, which in turn helps deer. • Work with your neighbors and hunting partners to cooperatively reduce harvest of young bucks, meet your antlerless harvest goals, and improve habitat Size: 3MB.

case white-tailed deer. The time, location, purpose an d fin ancial constraints of the landowner all should be taken into account in selecting the census technique. Need of an Overall Plan Please keep in mind, survey data is just one element of an adequate management plan. Proper deer man-ageme nt of a ranch must take other characteristics intoFile Size: 88KB.

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Gino D’Angelo. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS. Minimizing damage caused by whitetailed deer - Odocoileus virginianus() is an important consideration for managing deer densities in Minnesota. The harvest quota will depend upon reproduction and the volume of replacement bucks from the fawn segment of the population.

Under this harvest strategy, 75% to 85% of the bucks harvested will be young deer in the 1 ½ and 2 ½ year old age classes. EVALUATION OF LOCALIZED DEER MANAGEMENT FOR REDUCING AGRICULTURAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY WHITE-TAILED DEER IN MINNESOTA Gino J.

D’Angelo. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS Minimizing damage caused by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) is an important consideration for managing deer densities in Minnesota.

I conducted this study to assess the. DATA. Once you have estimated what your deer herd composition is and expressed it as.

percent bucks, does, and fawns, you may now apply these figures to your total estimated deer population. For example, a ranch containing 2, acres with an estimated deer density of one deer per 20 acres has an estimated population of deer. A Structured Decision Making Approach to White-Tailed Deer Buck Harvest Management in New York State.

by. Kelly F. Robinson. New York Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. data to evaluate all aspects of the management decision for each of these seven BMZs.Roseberry JL, Woolf A () A comparative evaluation of techniques for analyzing white-tailed deer harvest data. Wildl Monogr –59 Google Scholar Ruhren S, Handel SL () Considering herbivory, reproduction, and gender when monitoring plants: a case study of Jack-in-the-pulpit ( Cited by: 6.Techniques and Technology Note Evaluation of Techniques for Categorizing Group Membership of White-Tailed Deer KEVIN L.

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