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Feasibility of localized management to control white-tailed deer in forest regeneration areasAuthor(s): Tyler A. Campbell; Benjamin R. Laseter; W. Mark Ford; Karl V. Miller
Source: Wildlife Society Bulletin 2004. 32(4): 1124-1131.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationCampbell, Tyler A.; Laseter, Benjamin R.; Ford, W. Mark; Miller, Karl V. 2004. Feasibility of localized management to control white-tailed deer in forest regeneration areas. Wildlife Society Bulletin 2004. 32(4): 1124-1131.
KeywordsAppalachians, dispersal, localized management, Odocoileus virginianus, site fidelity, white-tailed deer
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