…and a Spare
Most of the time Mother Nature has a back up plan. And if we (people) don’t get involved or mess […]
The Real Does of the Deer Forest Study: Love and Loss
When last we left Doe 12866, she had fawned in the little State College woodlot 6+ miles from her established […]
Drooling for Evidence
Picture this: a death is reported to authorities, but they find only 1 bone, can’t interview anyone about what happened, […]
It Bears Repeating
We have written blog posts about how the most important component of a deer population is adult females. Their survival […]
Posts Related to fawn survival
Fawns, Predators, and Deer Populations – what’s the bottom line on fawn survival?
We just completed a second fawn survival study, as well as a study of their predators. And we are going to tell you everything!
Another Race Almost Over – Fawn Survival Update
Just as we ‘ran a race’ to catch as many fawns as possible during the fawning season, fawns have been in a race of their own.
New! Fawn Survival Study
Almost 15 years ago PA conducted one of the largest fawn studies in North America. We are repeating that study but taking advantage of new technology.
Fawn Wars: The Forest Strikes Back
If fawns could use the force I imagine they’d tell predators, “I am not the fawn you are looking for.”
First Fawn Capture!
The crew captured the first fawn of the year – and the project – on Saturday on Rothrock State Forest.
For your listening pleasure…
If you’re a podcast junkie – or have a long trip ahead of you – you can listen to The Hunt Domain Podcast about fawn survival and predation.
Time May Change Me
This isn’t the first fawn survival study conducted in Pennsylvania. So have the times changed?