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White-tailed deer in the southern forest habitatAuthor(s): Lowell K. Halls
Source: Proceedings of a Symposium (1969): 1-130
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWhite-tailed deer were once nearly exterminated in the South. In the past several decades, however, improvements in game management and changes in land use patterns have enabled populations to recover. The deer today are more numerous than at any time since white men settled the country
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CitationHalls, Lowell K., ed. 1969. White-tailed deer in the southern forest habitat. Proceedings of a Symposium (1969): 1-130
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