Does and fawns are seen and even trapped together in the winter. Everyone knows its mom and her bouncing bundles from last spring. But as usual things aren’t always as they seem in the deer world.
Trapping Update from Potter County
Checking the weather has become as much a part of my daily routine as brushing my teeth or, well, breathing.
The 2014 Deer Hunger Games have concluded. The tally of winners and losers has yet to be determined. But one winner and one loser will have you shaking your head in disbelief.
Fool Me Once…
You’ve heard the saying, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Needless to say, we don’t capture many deer a second time. This video shows why.
It’s a Race
When a deer dies the field crew has has to get there as quickly as possible if we are going to find out the cause. That’s because if it wasn’t predated we have to get there before the scavengers. Here’s the story for Deer 8807.
Will Hunters Harvest Collared Deer?
We hear stories all the time about hunters avoiding or targeting radio-collared deer. Find out what we have learned about hunter behavior.
Do Deer Stand a Chance on Public Lands?
For deer living on public land, their days are numbered, right? Is surviving the hunting season on public land impossible for deer?
Riding Out A Storm
We have a lot of creature comforts to help us survive winter weather. But what about the creatures? How do deer ride out a winter storm?
Deer Trapping 101 – Part II
Here we show you how Clover Traps work. Why are they called “Clover Traps”? Well, we explain why the obvious answer is wrong.
Deer Trapping 101 – Part I
How do you catch a deer? Put salt on it’s tail? There are easier ways and we will show you what they are.