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Movements of female white-tailed deer to bait sites in West Virginia, USAAuthor(s): Tyler A. Campbell; Christopher A. Landgon; Benjamin R. Laseter; W. Mark Ford; John W. Edwards; Karl V. Miller; Karl V. Miller
Source: Wildlife Research. 33: 1-4.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWe present a comparison of movements of adult female white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in response to seasonal bait sites in the central Appalachians of West Virginia, USA. Our objectives were to compare bait-site use among seasons, evaluate home-range and core-area sizes between baiting and non-baiting periods.
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CitationCampbell, Tyler A.; Landgon, Christopher A.; Laseter, Benjamin R.; Ford, W. Mark; Edwards, John W.; Miller, Karl V. 2006. Movements of female white-tailed deer to bait sites in West Virginia, USA. Wildlife Research. 33: 1-4.
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