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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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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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If Momma Ain’t Happy

With the spring equinox behind us, longer warmer days are in our future. Daffodils are in bloom, the peepers are […]

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Murdered by Pirates?

As we live through the reality of COVID winter, we know the safest place is home. We know who lives […]

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The Real Does of the Deer Forest Study: Maternity Ward

Doe 12866, heavy with fawn, has made her way to State College after an all night trek. The only plausible […]

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It Bears Repeating

We have written blog posts about how the most important component of a deer population is adult females. Their survival […]

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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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Who Run the World

(Does)

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Synchronous Serendipity

While we have put the topic of fawn predation to bed on this blog, it’s still shows up. A recent […]

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Triplets in July?

That calls for some math!

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It REALLY depends…

Independence is a theme this time of year. And we are following suit. But we aren’t talking declarations or fireworks. […]

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Momchalant

New moms can be a bit over the top.

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Deer Crew Diaries – Entry 141

That’s a wrap!

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