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Moosylvania

Pennsylvania is home to two cervids – elk and white-tailed deer (of course). But on rare occasions, a third makes […]

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Social Distancing Failures

I get why deer want to be together.

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Beach Bums

Being a permanent beach bum may not be a dream come true.

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The Real Does of the Deer Forest Study: Holiday Drama and Life Lessons

If you know anything about deer, you know that fall is a very important season in their life. I know […]

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Drooling for Evidence

Picture this: a death is reported to authorities, but they find only 1 bone, can’t interview anyone about what happened, […]

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Smoke and Mirrors

It is no secret that not everyone likes antler point restrictions (APRs). However, they are supported by about 60% of […]

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Phase IV- A fool’s errand

Duane’s COVID summer project centered around rats in the barn but it’s not hard to see the parallels to deer […]

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Diminishing Returns

To say this year has looked a bit different is an understatement. COVID-19 has put the kibosh on most of […]

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Did you lick that?

Licking stuff has always been gross. And that was pre-COVID19. It’s bad enough to lick the frosting off a cupcake […]

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Momchalant

New moms can be a bit over the top.

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Antlers: The cancer that doesn’t kill

Could understanding antler growth be the key to a cure?

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Publications

Summary reports Scientific Publications Long, E. S., D. R. Diefenbach. C. L. Lutz, B. D. Wallingford, and C. S. Rosenberry. […]

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Periodic Table

Soil chemistry, plants, and fancy head gear.

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Did you see a deer today?

Did you see one yesterday?

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Causing a Crash

Mother Nature can be quite harsh. How do deer respond to her curveballs?

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