Fawns on the Run
It has been about a week into the critical 3-week period of fawns dropping (does giving birth), but we didn’t seem to be finding any fawns. Until today.
Male Dispersal: Maybe they do ask for directions?
The mystery of male dispersal has vanished with the advent of the radio- and GPS- collar. Now we can determine the who, when, and how far for those boys that hit the road.
Winning the 50-Yard Dash
Want to work in the wildlife field? Then you better lace up your running shoes.
Oh The Places to Go!
June is not only fawning season but graduation season as well. Graduation marks an end but also a beginning. Is it a coincidence that graduation and fawning season coincide? For deer, June is just as exciting and life changing as graduating.
Fun in the Field
We have four teams of field techs searching for fawns and monitoring vegetation data. Here’s some of the fun they’re finding in Penn’s Woods!
Predator Control: Who is Wile E. Coyote and who is the Roadrunner?
Recent research has set off much debate, but the facts about what works and what doesn’t are often overlooked.
Will Climate Change Change Deer?
We have been using our GPS-collared deer to study how weather influences deer behavior. But what about the big picture of climate change. Will it affect deer and deer management?