Deer on the Run
- Crossbows As A Wildlife Management Tool. Phillips, John E. // Whitetail Journal;Mar/Apr2006, p20
The article focuses on the impact of the overpopulation of deer in the U.S. Two deer crashed into a McDonald's restaurant causing minor injuries to customers. In Iowa, one in 30 vehicular-deer incidents results in an injury and one in 6,250 ends in fatality. Several states permit bowhunting...
- Deer Next Door. Dumas, Neil // Bowhunter;May/Jun2004, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p54
Focuses on the problem of deer overpopulation in suburban areas and its solution.
- The Business of Backyard Bowhunting. Winand, C. J. // Bowhunter;Aug2009, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p42
The article focuses on the efforts of Eccologix, a group of bowhunters from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to promote bowhunting in Upper Makefield Township (UMT) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to manage the population of the urban deer.
- Wolf cull program considered again. Wiwchar, David // Raven's Eye;Sep2002, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p5
Reports that in order to help sagging deer populations, the province is considering an active wolf and cougar cull across Vancouver Island. Problems related to the plans; Reasons for the decline in the deer population; Number of wolves and cougars.
- Killing Bambi. Sledzik, William E. // Public Relations Tactics;Mar97, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p1
Examines the challenges faced by public officials and public relations (PR) officers regarding deer population explosion in cities in the United States. PR officers' challenge of presenting urban deer management programs which are acceptable to the public; Arguments by deer management...
- Committee will study deer problem. Bandle, Scott // South County Journal;11/28/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 48, pA1
The article informs that a municipal committee has been formed in Sunset Hills in Missouri to deal with the problem of overgrowing population of deer in Sunset hills.
- Nuisance Deer in the Northwest. Moorhouse, Barney // Ontario Out of Doors;Aug2011, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p18
The article presents information on surplus population of deer in Kenora which caused destruction and call for municipal intervention.
- The Impact Of Predators On Recruitment Rates For Deer. WINAND, C. J. // Bowhunter;Jul2013, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p28
The article discusses the effect of predators like coyotes on the recruitment rate of deer in the U.S. which is an index used to predict future increase or decline in the deer herd.
- WOE IS US. D. S. // Sierra;Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 97 Issue 1, p21
The article reports that deer population are menacing people in Cranbrook, British Columbia.