About the Deer-Forest Study
Pennsylvania forests face many challenges - invasive plants, insect outbreaks, soil acidity, tree diseases, and even deer. This study is being conducted to better understand the role of deer in the context of all these challenges and to help Pennsylvania’s forest and wildlife managers better manage deer and the forest.
February 13, 2020
Where would I go?
Public lands, biodiversity, and resilience
October 3, 2019
Did you see a deer today?
Did you see one yesterday?
June 9, 2020
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March 24, 2020
Sometimes looking to the future makes you think about the past
October 2, 2018
Their own little world
Spotted bundles of cuteness in a great big world. How far do those tiny legs take them?
From tracking Mr. Buttons to spotted fawns!
August 3, 2018
Fawn are cute but…
I never thought I’d do two fawn survival studies in my career.
July 26, 2018
It just isn’t the same without all the ingredients.
June 14, 2018
Time May Change Me
This isn’t the first fawn survival study conducted in Pennsylvania. So have the times changed?
All Good Things
Most of this year’s fawns have already hit the ground but we aren’t hitting the woods to find them.
May 18, 2018
Who is Eating Bambi? – Webinar
We have been focusing on fawn survival across the country. Check out what’s happening at home!
May 16, 2018
Who is Eating Bambi? – North America Edition
Get ready for the big continental reveal.
Don’t Run that Way!
The escape route of a screaming teen being chased by chainsaw-wielding madman is always questionable.
May 8, 2018
A Million Ways to Die
Fawns will find every way imaginable to die. And we’ve catalogued almost all.