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Needle in a Haystack

This crazy weather has me thinking of my favorite springtime activity.

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Crazy Cat Lady Research

Cats and wildlife don’t mix but research makes for strange bedfellows.

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Berries, birds, and the best way to eat

It’s berry season! I look forward to it every year. I have access to ACRES of berries, and I take […]

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Deer Crew Diaries – Entry 138

Deer and some other fun guests!

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Don’t try this at home

Explosives are part of the job

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Are there any deer in Pennsylvania during the gun season?

I’ve been hunting deer a lot longer than I have been doing research on them. And I ask the same […]

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Thinking About Rifle Season

It has been a busy fall. In fact, so busy that Jeannine and I have had little time for writing […]

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Unpredictable Prey

You are a predator. Deer aren’t going to just stand there and wait to be eaten.  Humans often forget that […]

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She doesn’t look a day over 6

Back in August I received a mortality signal from one of our collared deer in the Susquehannock State Forest, Doe […]

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The Line in the Sand…or Forest

Recently a reader shared with us a video of one of our radio-collared bucks that is at least 6.5 years […]

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Pandemic Deer

If you’re feeling COVID fatigue and seeking refuge in nature, last week’s announcement that deer tested positive for antibodies to […]

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Caution!

We talk about deer movements a lot on this blog. Movements before the rut, during the rut, after the rut, […]

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The “Worst-Case” Deer

Previously I shared some movements our collared deer make across roadways. Whether you’ve been personally involved in a deer-vehicle collision […]

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