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Little Fish, Big Pond

For yearling males, it’s best to find a new pond. Some haven’t quite got the message.

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Female Dispersal: Is it a matter of asking directions?

We recently published another paper on female dispersal in deer. Here are the highlights.

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Female Dispersal? Really.

Everyone knows it’s males that are supposed to do the dispersing. What’s going on?

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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.

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It depends…

Two people independently sent me the same research paper a couple of months ago. The title – Synergistic Population Density […]

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Tough Love

If momma isn’t happy…

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How many antler rubs are there in the world?

[And more importantly, is it important?]

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Publications

Diefenbach, D. R., G. L. Alt, B. D. Wallingford, C. S. Rosenberry, and E. S. Long. 2019. Effect of male […]

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Who knows best?

CWD could be coming to a tree stand near you sooner than later.

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Ungulates who wander

Santa’s reindeer aren’t the only seasonal travelers.

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Their own little world

Spotted bundles of cuteness in a great big world. How far do those tiny legs take them?

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Born Free?

Wildlife may be born free but humans are cramping their style.

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D & D

Dungeons & Dragons may be all fun and fantasy but Disease & Dispersal are all about risk and reality.

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