The family Cervidae of 17 genera and 45 species occurring nearly throughout North America, South America, and Eurasia, on most associated continental islands, and in northern Africa. Wild populations of deer have been established through introduction by people in Cuba, New Guinea, Australia, New Zealand, and other places where the family does not naturally occur. They are slim, long-legged and best characterized by the presence of antlers. Their habitat is forests, swamps, brush country, deserts, and arctic tundra. They are usually good swimmers; some migrate seasonally. (Walker's Mammals of the World, 5th ed, p1362)
The horn of an animal of the deer family, typically present only in the male. It differs from the HORNS of other animals in being a solid, generally branched bony outgrowth that is shed and renewed annually. The word antler comes from the Latin anteocularis, ante (before) + oculus (eye). (From Webster, 3d ed)
A transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (prion disease) of DEER and elk characterized by chronic weight loss leading to death. It is thought to spread by direct contact between animals or through environmental contamination with the prion protein (PRIONS).
Animals considered to be wild or feral or not adapted for domestic use. It does not include wild animals in zoos for which ANIMALS, ZOO is available.
A species of HANTAVIRUS which emerged in the Four Corners area of the United States in 1993. It causes a serious, often fatal pulmonary illness (HANTAVIRUS PULMONARY SYNDROME) in humans. Transmission is by inhaling aerosolized rodent secretions that contain virus particles, carried especially by deer mice (PEROMYSCUS maniculatus) and pinyon mice (P. truei).
A suborder of the order ARTIODACTYLA whose members have the distinguishing feature of a four-chambered stomach, including the capacious RUMEN. Horns or antlers are usually present, at least in males.
Animate or inanimate sources which normally harbor disease-causing organisms and thus serve as potential sources of disease outbreaks. Reservoirs are distinguished from vectors (DISEASE VECTORS) and carriers, which are agents of disease transmission rather than continuing sources of potential disease outbreaks.
Sound that expresses emotion through rhythm, melody, and harmony.
A plant genus in the family ROSACEAE, order Rosales, subclass Rosidae. It is best known as a source of the edible fruit (apple) and is cultivated in temperate climates worldwide.
A plant species of the family VISCACEAE, order Santalales, subclass Rosidae. This is the traditional mistletoe of literature and Christmas. Members contain viscotoxin (5 kDa basic polypeptides related to thionins), beta-galactoside- and N-acetyl-D-galactosamine-specific lectin II (60 kDa), and polysaccharides. Mistletoe lectin I is a type 2 ribosome-inactivating protein. Commercial extracts include Plenosol, Eurixor, Helixor Isorel, Iscador, and NSC 635089 (ANTINEOPLASTIC AGENTS, PHYTOGENIC).
The use of music as an adjunctive therapy in the treatment of neurological, mental, or behavioral disorders.
A plant species in the CHENOPODIUM genus known for edible greens.
A species of gram-negative bacteria, in the genus ERWINIA, causing a necrotic disease of plants.
A lactogenic hormone secreted by the adenohypophysis (PITUITARY GLAND, ANTERIOR). It is a polypeptide of approximately 23 kD. Besides its major action on lactation, in some species prolactin exerts effects on reproduction, maternal behavior, fat metabolism, immunomodulation and osmoregulation. Prolactin receptors are present in the mammary gland, hypothalamus, liver, ovary, testis, and prostate.
A potent androgenic steroid and major product secreted by the LEYDIG CELLS of the TESTIS. Its production is stimulated by LUTEINIZING HORMONE from the PITUITARY GLAND. In turn, testosterone exerts feedback control of the pituitary LH and FSH secretion. Depending on the tissues, testosterone can be further converted to DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE or ESTRADIOL.
A small, unpaired gland situated in the SELLA TURCICA. It is connected to the HYPOTHALAMUS by a short stalk which is called the INFUNDIBULUM.
A genus of the subfamily SIGMODONTINAE consisting of 49 species. Two of these are widely used in medical research. They are P. leucopus, or the white-footed mouse, and P. maniculatus, or the deer mouse.
The interchange of goods or commodities, especially on a large scale, between different countries or between populations within the same country. It includes trade (the buying, selling, or exchanging of commodities, whether wholesale or retail) and business (the purchase and sale of goods to make a profit). (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed, p411, p2005 & p283)
Facilities which provide care for infants.
Schools for children usually under five years of age.
Hospital facilities which provide care for newborn infants.
A bright bluish pink compound that has been used as a dye, biological stain, and diagnostic aid.
Meierhenry, Mark (March 2008). "The Old Growth Pines". South Dakota Magazine. Thompson (ed.), p. 31. "Deer". South Dakota ... The growth in these areas has compensated for losses in the rest of the state, and South Dakota's total population continues to ... Black Hills mammals include deer, elk (wapiti), bighorn sheep, mountain goats, and mountain lions, while the streams and lakes ... accessed October 11, 2008) Craig, Nancy J. and Nelson, Nancy I. Lincoln County Tops South Dakota in Population Growth Rate " ...
"Census shows more than 9 per cent growth over two years". City of Cold Lake. July 9, 2014. Archived from the original on July ... Red Deer Press. p. 92. ISBN 978-0-88995-256-0. "Canadian Climate Normals 1981-2010 Station Data - Climate - Environment Canada ... "2017 Growth Study Addendum". City of Cold Lake. February 2018. p. 368. Retrieved October 21, 2018.[permanent dead link] " ...
"Growth in Deer Park" Daily Herald. Retrieved 2018-06-12. "Lake Oswego Digital Marketing Aces Purchase of Chicago Office". ... In 2015, the company continued its growth by acquiring Virtue Advertising in Chicago and TQE Marketing in Oregon. It ranked in ... It was also named Bing's Growth Channel Partner of the Year in 2017. "Lake Oswego marketing agency's renovation keeps pace with ... "LO-based agency Logical Position awarded Growth Channel Partner of the Year Award" Lake Oswego Review. Retrieved 2018-05-24.. ...
Deer feed on the fallen flowers. If contact is made with the fungi Fusarium oxysporum, stem rot disease can easily occur in ... Some symptoms are stunted growth, flowers growing less, and yellow foliage. If it is not treated, the plant may die. Ipomoea ...
The British Deer Society. Retrieved 13 March 2014. Chapman, Norma G., M. Furlong, and S. Harris. "Reproductive strategies and ... at least 11,000 individuals exist and have a yearly population growth rate of 15%. This failure has been blamed on inadequate ... It is also called the barking deer due to its distinctive barking sound,[citation needed] though this name is also used for ... Whitehead, Kenneth (1993). The Whitehead Encyclopedia of Deer. Stillwater, MN: Voyager Press. p. 597. Yahner, Richard (August ...
Husheer, Sean W.; Robertson, Alastair W. (2005). "High-intensity deer culling increases growth of mountain beech seedlings in ... Culling of deer can also have benefits in the form of disease prevention and in places that the white-tailed deer is an ... White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) have been becoming an issue in suburbs across the United States of America due to ... "Deer culls stir debate in Detroit metro area". USA TODAY. Retrieved June 2, 2017. Hewitt, David G.; Hellickson, Mickey W.; ...
Deer (who shed antlers) suggest cycles of growth; in Ireland they are sacred to the goddess Flidais, while in Scotland they are ... From Gaul, the armed deer-hunter depicted on an image from the temple of Le Donon in the Vosges lays his hands in benediction ...
Several Muntjac Deer live in the cemetery grounds. OS 1:25 Provisional Edition Discover gems of our heritage Archived 7 March ... The grass is cut, by strimmer, on four occasions per year and is raked off only if excess growth makes it necessary. The ...
... while mule deer, blacktail, Roosevelt elk, turkey, coyote, feral hog, black bear, moose, European wild boar, roe deer, red deer ... "Avalanche hopes on growth with Hunter IP deal". Retrieved 7 June 2018. "Avalanche secures rights to The Hunter". ... Whitetail deer, European rabbit, cottontail rabbit, snowshoe hare and pheasant may be hunted for free, ... It features five huntable animal types whitetail deer, european rabbit, cottontail rabbit, snowshoe hare and pheasant. The game ...
The foliage is browsed by moose and deer. The seeds are eaten by American red squirrels, grouse, and pine mice; the tree also ... The development is similar to that in swamps with slow growth resulting in slender, short trees. Some of the low branches touch ... Many fir limbs are vertically bowed from alternating periods of downward deformation from snow loading and new growth reaching ... which may significantly reduce radial growth. This can kill the tree. An outbreak in Quebec in 1957 killed over 75% of balsam ...
Second growth oak-hickory and mixed hardwoods forests cover much of the rolling and moderately steep slopes. Chief Cornstalk ... Hunting opportunities include deer, squirrel, turkey and grouse. A small (5 acres (2.0 ha)) lake provides fishing opportunities ...
It has a fast growth rate. They flower in the spring with a very showy display. The one-inch (25 mm) diameter flowers are light ... The fruit attracts squirrels, deer and other mammals. The fruit is inconspicuous on the tree and causes no significant litter ... The trees require pruning to develop strong structure during young growth. Weeping Higan Cherry trees are rather prone to ...
In 1863, the first lumber mill began operation and cleared most of the old growth trees. Remnants of these giants can be found ... Some mammals include squirrels, raccoons, mice, and deer. Amphibians and insects include the salamander, mayfly, caddisfly and ... Like the neighbouring Lynn Canyon Park, Lynn Headwaters is a second growth forest. Cedar stumps can be seen throughout the park ... and a mild climate that is suitable for growth of large coniferous trees and shade-loving shrubs and ferns. On average per year ...
Deer, Emily; et al. (May 2010). "Phenotype and Genotype of Pancreatic Cancer Cell Lines". Pancreas. 39 (4): 425-435. doi: ... Thompson, Evonne (22 July 2009). "Cell Growth Protocol for PANC-1 cell line" (PDF). Myers Laboratory. Retrieved 27 June 2018.. ...
... and hunting deer, boar, and wild cats. Toscanos began with an orderly street plan covering about 2.5 hectares (6 acres) and a ... there was growth throughout the Phoenician colonies in Spain and Toscanos saw the construction of a great central "storehouse ...
The WMA second growth mixed hardwoods and hemlock with a thick understory of mountain laurel and rhododendron. The wildlife ... Hunting opportunities include deer, grouse, raccoon, squirrel and turkey. Fishing opportunities on the South Fork of Fishing ...
Second growth oak-hickory and mixed hardwoods forests cover much of the land. Center Branch is located along Turkey Run, a ... Hunting opportunities include deer, grouse, squirrel, turkey and grouse. Camping is prohibited at this WMA. Animal conservation ...
Two areas of old growth forest exist in the park. At Burgoyne Pass (42°16′3″N 73°17′8″W / 42.26750°N 73.28556°W / 42.26750 ... Wildlife include deer, bobcats, fishers, black bear, and beaver. Flora includes deciduous forests, various flowering shrubs and ... At East Brook, there are 12 acres (4.9 ha) of old-growth eastern hemlock and yellow birch. The forest has trails for horseback ... List of old growth forests in Massachusetts "Beartown State Forest". Geographic Names Information System. United States ...
... while fawns and younger deer will recklessly run out without looking; most traffic accidents involving deer happen with deer ... "Human population growth, migratory birds and the spread of disease". Ashland Daily Tidings. January 27, 2010. Retrieved 2013-06 ... of the country jackrabbits as well as the two most common deer species in North America the white tailed deer and the mule deer ... Shy of humans, deer are often spotted as a mother with fawns or a lone buck creeping through the trees and bushes. As ...
Historically, deer came to the creek to consume salt. There are second-growth forests near Kehly Run, a tributary of Mahanoy ...
The leaves, buds, and new growth twigs can be made into a tea. The fruits can be dried, ground, and used as an allspice ... Some mammals include whitetail deer, Eastern cottontail rabbit, opossums. Over 20 species of birds including both gamebirds and ... The brightly colored fruits and early flowers along with the spherical growth form make the plant desirable in gardens. It is ...
It attracts butterflies and is deer and rabbit resistant. It can be grown in garden beds as edging and borders, as a ground ... It is drought resistant and has a medium growth rate. Cornell University Growing Guide, Silvermound Maximowicz, Carl Johann. ...
Mammals in north-east Highlands - red deer, mountain hares, others. Paragon Publishing, Rothersthorpe 2014. More days from a ... Plants in north-east Highlands - timing of blaeberry growth, tree regeneration, land use, plant orientation. Paragon Publishing ...
A little after this came a deer to the President from the Great Powhatan ... The President likewise bought divers times deer of ... that his new was not at full growth by a foot; that as soon as any was ripe, he would bring it; which promise he truly ... 7 or 8 Indians presented the President [Wingfield] a deer from Pamunkey, a werowance [chief] desiring our friendship... Their ...
Gamhar trees coppices very well with vigorous growth. Saplings and young plants need protection from deer and cattle. Gmelina ...
Black bear and white-tailed deer, both favorites of hunters, are the largest omnivores and herbivore mammalian species. Smaller ... Most of the upper forest remains in first growth, having never been logged or otherwise exploited. Kudish puts the average ... these have since all died due to heavy deer browse. A large stand of tall hemlock is located in Mine Hollow around 2,400 feet ( ...
The annual growth was estimated at between 2.6 and 3.0 percent. The national birth rate is estimated at about forty-five per ... Common mammals are gaurs (wild oxen), deer, bears, and monkeys. Endangered animals include elephants, rhinoceroses, tigers, ... The trees mostly only reach their secondary growth. Typically, bamboo, scrub, and wild banana are abundant. Laos is also home ... the environment and sustainable use of natural resources in Lao PDR is vital for poverty reduction and economic growth." In ...
Such that species are able to coexist as they suppress their own growth more than they limit the growth of other species. The ... For example, a cougar preys on woodland caribou and deer. The populations of both species can be depressed by predation without ... Growth of the sapling is therefore impeded, often resulting in death. The relationship between the two trees is amensalism, the ... An older, taller tree can inhibit the growth of smaller trees. A new sapling growing in the shade of a mature tree will ...
These are Little Deer Creek, Little Clipper Creek, and Wolf Creek. The terrain is formed of very steep slopes. The watershed ... These soils do not permit growth of most plants due to their chemical properties. Species that are tolerant to these conditions ... Deer and coyotes are a common sight at this location. The watershed formed by the Banner Mountain has many geological ...
The growth of this grass is inhibited by the introduced African plant sweet resin bush (Euryops multifidus). Hilaria belangeri ... Wild ungulates such as pronghorn and deer graze on it. The grass is tolerant of grazing pressure, and even overgrazing. In some ...
Much of this growth is driven by the need for clean fuel and some substitution effect due to the high price of oil (primarily ... James J. Eberhardt, U.S. Department of Energy, 2002 Diesel Engine Emissions Reduction (DEER) Workshop, August 25-29, 2002 ...
In a simple predator-prey example, a deer is one step removed from the plants it eats (chain length = 1) and a wolf that eats ... Allee, W. C. (1932). Animal life and social growth. Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Company and Associates.. ... Mushrooms produced by decomposers in the detrital web become a food source for deer, squirrels, and mice in the grazing web. ... Another example of a multi-trophic interaction is a trophic cascade, in which predators help to increase plant growth and ...
During the later Miocene mammals were more modern, with easily recognizable canids, bears, procyonids, equids, beavers, deer, ... Further marked decreases in temperature during the Middle Miocene at 15 Ma probably reflect increased ice growth in Antarctica ... associated with increased production of cold Antarctic deep waters and a major growth of the East Antarctic ice sheet. A Middle ...
Once sugar has been synthesized, it needs to be transported to areas of active growth such as the plant shoots and roots. ... such as deer), available nutrients, and ecological competition from other plants. Considerable changes in leaf type occur ... Other plant parts like stems or roots have non-determinate growth, and will usually continue to grow as long as they have the ... Characteristic in which a plant has marked changes in leaf size, shape, and growth habit between juvenile and adult stages.. ...
The White Deer and Other Stories Told by the Lenape. New York: W. Morrow, 1995. ISBN 0-688-12900-5 ... Dreibelbis, Dana E., "The Use of Microstructural Growth Patterns of Mercenaria Mercenaria to Determine the Prehistoric Seasons ... Additionally, both sexes might wear buckskin leggings and moccasins in cold weather.[31] Deer hair, dyed a deep scarlet, was a ... Other methods of hunting included lassoing and drowning deer, as well as forming a circle around prey and setting the brush on ...
... and contemporary human population size and growth, along with per-capita consumption growth, prominently in the past two ... such as the Père David's deer[157] and the Hawaiian crow,[158] are extinct in the wild, and survive solely in captive ... Human population growth and increasing per capita consumption are considered to be the primary drivers of this decline.[11][17] ... These drivers, all of which trace to the fiction that perpetual growth can occur on a finite planet, are themselves increasing ...
A form of fire-stick farming was used to clear areas of old growth to encourage new in a repeated cycle; a primitive ... Their diet includes fish, shellfish, deer, elk, and antelope, and plants such as buckeye, sage seed, and yampah (Perideridia ...
Finally, sulfophilic bacteria reduce the bones releasing hydrogen sulfide enabling the growth of chemoautotrophic organisms, ... "Whales Descended From Tiny Deer-like Ancestors". Retrieved 21 December 2007 ... a streamlined body and the growth of flukes on the tail (Protocetus 43 mya), the migration of the nostrils toward the top of ... The size and rapid growth of the industry has led to complex and continuing debates with the whaling industry about the best ...
The Field Museum has maintained its reputation through continuous growth, expanding the scope of collections and its scientific ... Marsh Deer Messages from the Wilderness Mexican Grizzly Bear Messages from the Wilderness ... and Growth". PLoS ONE. 6 (10): e26037. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0026037. PMC 3192160 . PMID 22022500.. ... including large expeditions conducted by the museum's curatorial staff resulted in substantial collection growth.[10][12][54] ...
In old growth Douglas fir forests of the Pacific Northwest of North America, CWD concentrations were found to be from 72 metric ... In North America, too, CWD is often used as barriers to prevent browsing deer and elk from damaging young trees. ... Ancient, or old growth, forest, with its dead trees and woody remains lying where they fell to feed new vegetation, constitutes ... Bilby, R. E.; Ward, J. (1991). "Characteristics and function of large woody debris in streams draining old-growth, clear-cut, ...
Schwartz, G. T. (2012). "Growth, Development, and Life History throughout the Evolution of Homo". Current Anthropology. 53 (6 ... Nonetheless, the proposed food-gathering models to explain large brain growth necessitate increased daily travel distance.[48] ... habilis is assumed to have had an accelerated growth rate compared to modern humans, more like that of modern non-human apes.[ ... or meat allowed the large and calorie-expensive ape gut to decrease in size allowing this energy to be diverted to brain growth ...
However, the native forests are also occupied by deer from North America and Europe. They are exotic species and have thrived ... When garlic mustard invades the understory of a forest, it affects the growth rate of tree seedlings, which is likely to alter ... In some cases, the competition is about rates of growth and reproduction. In other cases, species interact with each other more ... Urbanek, Rachael E.; K.R. Allen; K.C. Neilsen (2011). "Urban and Suburban Deer Management by State Wildlife-Conservation ...
The new population opposed town growth and economic expansion, including growth due to tourism and skiing. At one point, a ...
... red deer (Cervus elaphus) and European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa). Boar made up 7.1% of the prey ... a b Evans, R. J., Wilson, J. D., Amar, A., Douse, A., Maclennan, A., Ratcliffe, N., & Whitfield, D. P. (2009). Growth and ... Veterinary Deer Society. *^ Gorbet, G.B. & Harris, S. (1991). The Handbook of British Mammals, Third Edition. Blackwell Science ... Alexander, T. L., & Buxton, D. (Eds.). (1986). Management and diseases of deer: a handbook for the veterinary surgeon. ...
Some southeastern groups planted corn and some encouraged the growth of wild tobacco.[10] Implements were made of wood, stone, ... This pipebag- made from brain-tanned mule-deer hide, glass trade beads, and eagle bone-incorporates the sacred symbols of the ... The men hunted buffalo, antelope, elk, deer, bear, rabbit, sage hens, and beaver using arrows, spears and nets. They smoked and ... high quality tanned deer skins, or chamois, and they also traded meat, buffalo robes and Indian and Spanish captives taken by ...
During the winter, two ski areas operate just a few miles outside of nearby Lead, South Dakota: Terry Peak and Deer Mountain. ... Organizers planned the "Deadwood Experiment," in which gambling was tested as a means of stimulating growth in the city center. ...
Growth rates in some areas of Europe are remarkable. One young tree in Italy reached 22 m (72 ft) tall and 88 cm (2.89 ft) ... The remaining southern groves are concentrated between the Kings River and the Deer Creek Grove in southern Tulare County. ... Growth in Britain is very fast, with the tallest tree, at Benmore in southwest Scotland, reaching 56.4 m (185 ft) in 2014 at ... Growth further northeast in Europe is limited by winter cold. In Denmark, where extreme winters can reach −32 °C (−26 °F), the ...
It is the growth of this dentin that causes the decrease in the size of the pulp chamber with age. This is clinically known as ... Some mammalian teeth exploit this phenomenon, especially herbivores such as horses, deer or elephants. In many herbivores, the ... It grows much more slowly than primary dentin, but maintains its incremental aspect of growth. It has a similar structure to ...
Population growth[edit]. In October 2010, the wild condor population in its name state of California reached 100 individuals, ... They still prefer to feast on large, terrestrial mammalian carcasses such as deer, goats, sheep, donkeys, horses, pigs, cougars ...
deer, wolves, dogs, birds, rodents, rabbits, hares, reptiles tick bite Lymphocytic choriomeningitis Lymphocytic ... rapid urbanisation and population growth is bringing people into closer contact with animal species they may never have been ... deer mice, cotton rats and other rodents exposure to feces, urine, saliva or bodily fluids ... infected cattle, deer, llamas, pigs, domestic cats, wild carnivores (foxes, coyotes) and omnivores (possums, mustelids and ...
Both parks were originally used as deer parks. Henry VIII had obtained the land from Sir Richard de Codington. ... the long term growth strategy for Sutton identified in Sutton's Core Strategy, identifies both as 'Centres for Intensification ... to spend the money on making improvements to the public realm and supporting the development and growth of businesses in the ...
1997). 》New Beer in an Old Bottle: Eduard Buchner and the Growth of Biochemical Knowledge》. Universitat de València. ISBN 84- ... deren Wirkung ohne Anwesenheit von Organismen und ausserhalb derselben erfolgen kann, als Enzyme zu bezeichnen." (Translation: ... Farris PL (2009). 》Economic Growth and Organization of the U.S. Starch Industry》. BeMiller JN, Whistler RL. 》Starch Chemistry ...
Phytic acid and phytates, present in grains, nuts, seeds and beans, interfere with bone growth and interrupt vitamin D ... stiff leaves are difficult or uncomfortable for animals such as deer and raccoons to walk through, crows to land on, etc.. Dry ...
Fauna include larger animals such as pronghorns, coyotes, and bobcats, many smaller animals, such as deer mice, snakes, lizards ... causes surface movement and cracking that discourages plant growth. Lack of plant cover makes the Chinle especially susceptible ... Bobcats and bullsnakes hunt smaller animals, such as deer mice and white-tailed antelope squirrels in the park's riparian zones ... and deer and harvested seeds from Indian ricegrass and other wild plants. Around 150 BCE, they began to grow corn in the area. ...
Landseer's painting of a red deer stag, Monarch of the Glen, is one of the most notable images of Victorian Scotland.[48] The ... litter in densely populated estuaries such as the Firth of Clyde is affecting all forms of marine life and that the growth in ... Arctic fox and the giant deer Megaloceros giganteus.[47][62] Other mammals that used to inhabit Scotland but became extinct in ... it is generally replaced by roe deer in lower-lying land.[49] Although found elsewhere in the UK, no wild populations of ...
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Cage feeding of deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) and red-backed vole (Myodes gapperi) showed a daily maximum seed consumption ... Growth[edit]. Spruce seedlings are most susceptible immediately following germination, and remain highly susceptible through to ... Once shed, seeds contribute to the diet of small mammals, e.g., deer mice, red-backed voles, mountain voles (Microtus montanus ... Growth remains very slow for several to many years. Three years after shelterwood felling in subalpine Alberta, dominant ...
Between 1910-1915, homesteaders on the island cut down much of the old growth trees and introduced non-native grasses and other ... mule deer, waterfowl, and bald eagles. ...
Those animals were replaced in people's diets by pig and less social animals such as elk, red deer, roe deer, wild boar and ... The Middle Neolithic (c. 3300 BC - c. 2900 BC) saw the development of cursus monuments close to earlier barrows and the growth ... The dominant food species were equines (Equus ferus) and red deer (Cervus elaphus), although other mammals ranging from hares ... They ate cattle, sheep, pigs and deer as well as shellfish and birds. They carried out salt manufacture. The wetlands were a ...
Growth and reproduction of killer whales, Orcinus orca, in Norwegian coastal waters. Reports of the International Whaling ... Killer whales have also been observed preying on terrestrial mammals, such as deer swimming between islands off the northwest ...
Stanford scientists and their collaborators have identified two key genes responsible for the rapid growth of deer antlers. ... Peter Yang and his colleagues have identified two of the genes responsible for the rapid growth of deer antlers.. Paul Sakuma ... Genes behind rapid deer antler growth, hardening identified. Stanford scientists and their collaborators have identified two ... "Right now, we have two focuses: To understand the genetic regulation of deer antler growth, and to see if we can use this ...
Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on deer browsing and growth of young Douglas-fir. Res. Note PNW-RN-368. U.S. ... Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on deer browsing and growth of young Douglas-fir. ... trees to determine their effects on deer browsing and tree growth. Nitrogen (N) proauced measurable responses in browsing of ... Basal area growth, carbon isotope discrimination, and intrinsic water use efficiency after fertilization of Douglas-fir in the ...
Hunters cannot influence the genetics of a wild deer herd. Selective buck culling to optimize antler size doesnt work. So, ... Quit Worrying About Genetics: How Successful Deer Hunters Think About Antler Growth, Cull Bucks, and Passing Good Deer. You ... First, let deer get older.. "We tend to see and hear about more bigger bucks than ever before because older deer are ... The 2021 Deer Report reveals that during the 2019-20 deer season, 39 percent of all antlered bucks harvested were at least 3.5 ...
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The most relevant trends and data to help you find the best accredited business management schools in Lame Deer, Montana. ... Lame Deer Vs. Montana Business Management employment growth. 12,510. 10,950. 10,240. 9,660. 8,850. ... The growth in the salary of business management professionals in Lame Deer is faster than the salary trend for all careers in ... In Lame Deer, Montana Business Management faculty can choose to work at only one business management school in Lame Deer. The ...
Chronic wasting disease was found in a captive deer population in north-central Iowa, the states Department of Agriculture and ... Bayers sturdy pharma growth highlights Monsanto risks. Bayers pharma products have been growing lickety-split, and its 2016 ... Zoetis ups 2017 guidance, eyes M&A for growth. Pfizer spinoff Zoetis met Q2 expectations and brightened its full-year forecast ... Of the herd, which was depopulated, 284 of the 356 deer (79.8%) tested positive for the disease. The owners of the herd entered ...
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  • SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. Preliminary counts indicate hunters harvested 108,160 white-tailed deer in West Virginia during the 2017 seasons. (
  • White-tailed deer. (
  • Let's consider the population of white-tailed deer ( Odocoilus virginianus , shown in Figure 3) in the state of Kentucky. (
  • The establishment of food plots has become a popular white-tailed deer management practice. (
  • Missouri no longer has breeding populations of major predators of adult white-tailed deer. (
  • Includes 73 mule deer and 34 white-tailed deer. (
  • But statewide, Wyoming plans to offer more licenses for antelope, mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk and bighorn sheep. (
  • Images of a few members of the family Cervidae (clockwise from top left) consisting of the red deer , the sika deer , the barasingha , the reindeer , and the white-tailed deer , and the grey brocket , and the elk , and the pudú . (
  • The highest concentration of large deer species in temperate North America lies in the Canadian Rocky Mountain and Columbia Mountain regions between Alberta and British Columbia where all five North American deer species ( white-tailed deer , mule deer , caribou, elk , and moose) can be found. (
  • STARKVILLE, Mississippi-It has long been a mystery why white-tailed deer devour the sprouts from recently cut tree stumps. (
  • A Mississippi State assistant professor in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture has figured out why-and developed a simple, cost-effective management technique to help support white-tailed deer during seasons of poor forage. (
  • The white-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus ), also known as the whitetail or Virginia deer , is a medium-sized deer native to North America , Central America , Ecuador , and South America as far south as Peru and Bolivia . (
  • Texas is home to the most white-tailed deer of any U.S. state or Canadian province, with an estimated population of over four million. (
  • Notably high populations of white-tailed deer occur in the Edwards Plateau of Central Texas. (
  • The conversion of land adjacent to the Canadian Rockies into agriculture use and partial clear-cutting of coniferous trees (resulting in widespread deciduous vegetation) has been favorable to the white-tailed deer and has pushed its distribution to as far north as Yukon . (
  • The westernmost population of the species, known as the Columbian white-tailed deer , once was widespread in the mixed forests along the Willamette and Cowlitz River valleys of western Oregon and southwestern Washington , but today its numbers have been considerably reduced, and it is classified as near-threatened. (
  • This population is separated from other white-tailed deer populations. (
  • Some taxonomists have attempted to separate white-tailed deer into a host of subspecies , based largely on morphological differences. (
  • The Florida Key deer , O. v. clavium , and the Columbian white-tailed deer, O. v. leucurus , are both listed as endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act . (
  • The white-tailed deer species has tremendous genetic variation and is adaptable to several environments. (
  • Several local deer populations, especially in the southern states, are descended from white-tailed deer transplanted from various localities east of the Continental Divide . (
  • Central and South America have a complex number of white-tailed deer subspecies that range from Guatemala to as far south as Peru. (
  • However, the white-tailed deer populations in these areas are difficult to study, due to overhunting in many parts and a lack of protection. (
  • What Do We Do with Too Many White-tailed Deer? (
  • A female white-tailed deer, with characteristic tail color, at Snowshoe Mountain, West Virginia. (
  • White-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus ) rank among the most charismatic wildlife in North America. (
  • Confronted with the mixed blessing of white-tailed deer, wildlife biologists are broadening the scope of the discipline of wildlife management. (
  • The problems posed by white-tailed deer overabundance are by no means unique. (
  • With an estimated 30 million white-tailed deer in the United States today, it is difficult to believe these animals nearly became extinct just over a century ago. (
  • Age-specific survival and space use of white-tailed deer in southern Michigan. (
  • Assessments of age-specific space use and demographics are important for managing popular game species, such as the white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus). (
  • Increasing white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) and human populations coupled with land-use changes (e.g., urbanization) further add to the complexity of deer management across much of the United States (Demarais et al. (
  • We are hunters from all walks of life who share a passion for white-tailed deer. (
  • We believe it is our responsibility to ensure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. (
  • As professional white-tailed deer biologists, we are constantly prodded by friends and family for some type of insider information that could help improve their odds of encountering mature deer. (
  • White-tailed Deer have shorter ears but a longer tail with a distinct white underside, which they raise when alarmed. (
  • Look for White-tailed deer antlers to have a main beam with all spines. (
  • Mountain lions in our area rely upon white-tailed deer as a favorite source of food. (
  • A new long-term study finds that energy development has longer-lasting impacts on mule deer populations than previously thought. (
  • By late-August or early September the stags undergo various physiological changes, including maturation of their testes, a doubling of neck thickness (referred to as a hypertrophy of the neck musculature) and, in most populations, the growth of a shaggy mane - they also begin emitting a strong 'goat-like' odour, their larynx becomes more prominent and their tongue changes shape. (
  • Hunting to suppress deer populations-often impractical to solve specific problems. (
  • Therefore, deer populations are now primarily managed through hunting in rural, and in some cases urban, areas of the state. (
  • Refer to MU Extension publication G9488, Estimating Deer Populations on Your Property: Population Dynamics , for more information. (
  • Unusually cold weather and heavy snowfall that blanketed much of the region last winter killed off many young deer, prompting wildlife officials throughout the Rocky Mountain states to take measures such as reducing the number of hunting permits to try to help devastated wildlife populations rebound. (
  • Study documented a 36 percent decline in deer populations, saying that deer perceive wells and other oil and gas infrastructure as risky and try to keep their distance. (
  • To investigate the effect of this dual anthropogenic effect on the genetic landscape of ungulates, we genotyped 35K SNPs in 47 red deer ( Cervus elaphus ) of Netherlands, including putative autochthonous relic populations as well as allochthonous populations established in private estates and rewilding areas. (
  • Notwithstanding the small spatial scale, red deer populations formed distinct genetic clusters, and some had higher genetic similarity to distant than to nearby populations. (
  • Moreover, the putative autochthonous relic deer populations had much reduced levels of polymorphism and multi-locus heterozygosity, despite relatively large current population sizes. (
  • Clearing open areas within forests to some extent may actually benefit deer populations by exposing the understory and allowing the types of grasses, weeds, and herbs to grow that deer like to eat. (
  • Populations of deer around the Great Lakes have also expanded their range northwards, due to conversion of land to agricultural uses favoring more deciduous vegetation, and local caribou and moose populations. (
  • Some of these deer populations may have been from as far north as the Great Lakes region to as far west as Texas, yet are also quite at home in the Appalachian and Piedmont regions of the south. (
  • These deer, over time, have intermixed with the local indigenous deer ( O. v. virginianus and/or O. v. macrourus ) populations. (
  • Under optimal conditions, deer populations will double every two years. (
  • Active conservation efforts, including hunting restrictions, conservation law enforcement, predator control, game refuge creation, and deer reintroduction were used to restore endangered or extirpated deer populations. (
  • Spatial and temporal changes in cover may affect species abundance and age and sex structure, and land-use or ownership changes may impact a state agency's ability to manage deer populations. (
  • Management of high deer populations through regulated hunting is probably the most cost-effective strategy (Demarais et al. (
  • The future of deer hunting needs sustainable, healthy deer populations and quality hunting opportunities on public and private lands. (
  • Hunting is the predominant cause of adult mortality for 80-90% of the individual animals in deer populations ( 3 ). (
  • Once numerous over North America, the mountain lion was almost hunted to extinction, but has made a comeback (as have deer populations). (
  • I've seen hunters want to "cull" small-antlered bucks in populations where nutrition is low, deer density is high, and the sex ratio is out of balance. (
  • A Red deer (Cervus elaphus) stag in a mud wallow at Woburn Deer Park. (
  • A Red deer (Cervus elaphus) with his well-developed antlers in velvet. (
  • Sika deer ( Cervus nippon ) have caused extensive damage throughout parts of Japan. (
  • Results showed that the viruses isolated from chamois ( Rupicapra rupicapra ) and ibex ( Capra ibex ) were closely related to OV, whereas the isolates from red deer ( Cervus elaphus ) grouped with PVNZ. (
  • Each spring, male deer sprout a new pair of antlers, which are essentially temporary external bones, at a speed unparalleled by the bone growth of other mammals. (
  • Deer Antler velvet is the unique soft substance that grows on newly forming antlers of male deer, specifically New Zealand Red Deer. (
  • These bone growths are found on male deer, sometimes females grow antlers, but this is normally a deformity. (
  • It is obtained from the antlers of male deer when covered in things looking like mass of soft hair. (
  • But the male deer use them more often in battle against each other for the possession of a herd. (
  • Female reindeer, and male deer of all species except the Chinese water deer , grow and shed new antlers each year. (
  • Deer antler is the outer layer that is found on the antler of a male Deer which is extracted just before they reach a fully calcified state. (
  • Chronic wasting disease is a fatal, degenerative neurological disease of farmed and free-ranging deer, elk and moose for which there is no known treatment or vaccine. (
  • CWD afflicts as much as 100 percent of North America's captive deer population, as well as large numbers of other cervids that populate the plains and forests of the Northern Hemisphere, including wild deer, elk, caribou and moose. (
  • Deer antler, also quite confusingly referred to as velvet antler, is the whole cartilaginous antler of deer, elk, and moose before it fully matures into its calcified form, and not the fuzzy substance that covers the bone and cartilage. (
  • Additionally, the two farms will be prevented from accepting deer, elk or moose for five years, said Katie Rumsey, the assistant state veterinarian. (
  • In body size, the Irish elk tied with the extant moose subspecies of Alaska ( Alces alces gigas ) as the third largest known deer , second and first belonging to the genus Cervalces ( C. scotti and C.latifrons respectively). (
  • Dr. Low Dog also reports that a chronic wasting disease in deer, elk and moose is the only recognized prion (infectious protein) disease of wild animals and has been found in 15 states and two provinces in Canada. (
  • and the Capreolinae , including the reindeer (caribou), the roe deer , the mule deer , and the moose . (
  • Moose, elk, and other types of deer are also overpopulated. (
  • Iowa Department of Natural Resources deer biologist Tom Litchfield says hunters who kill animals such as deer, elk or moose in areas affected by the disease are restricted in what they can bring home. (
  • Typically, a cull buck is one that deer managers have identified as genetically inferior and should be removed from the wild herd. (
  • That all boils down to Adams' original point: A hunter cannot influence the genetics of a wild deer herd. (
  • Of the herd, which was depopulated, 284 of the 356 deer (79.8%) tested positive for the disease. (
  • In one remote part of Wyoming's backcountry where peaks soar to 11,000 feet (3,300 meters), state wildlife managers documented the loss of all fawns they had been monitoring in a mule deer herd. (
  • To help the herd recover, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission reduced the number of deer permits for out-of-state residents from 600 to 400 in the area where Clark operates, cut the hunting season to 22 days and limited hunters to killing older bucks. (
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  • This may help raise the carrying capacity of an area for deer and maintain or improve the nutritional status, productivity, and quality of a deer herd (Figure 1). (
  • Before identifying deer population goals, collect baseline demographic information to understand the current state of the herd. (
  • Camera surveys are an excellent method for collecting population demographic information for the local deer herd that can be used when developing a deer management plan. (
  • A deer herd's adult sex ratio indicates the number of adult bucks relative to the number of adult does in the herd. (
  • Continue to monitor the herd after the desired ratio has been achieved, as a deer herd's adult sex ratio can become unbalanced within a short time if proper harvest practices are not implemented each year. (
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  • Support antler growth and overall herd health. (
  • Greiner questions why the federal government has classified the hormone as a mere pesticide and argues it should never be used to 'control' the state's deer herd. (
  • Right now, we have two focuses: To understand the genetic regulation of deer antler growth, and to see if we can use this information to build therapeutic agents to potentially prevent or treat bone diseases such as osteoporosis, or more quickly repair bone fractures," said Peter Yang , PhD, associate professor of orthopedic surgery. (
  • Knowing the genetics behind antler regeneration, fast bone growth and mineralization is fundamental to our ultimate therapeutic goal and is critical to understanding rapid bone regeneration in other species, like humans," Yang said. (
  • It made me wonder: Are there special genes that are behind this unusually fast bone growth? (
  • Comparative RNA analyses between stem cells in deer antlers and human stem cells from bone marrow led Yang to a collection of genes that seemed to have a unique expression in antlers. (
  • Antlers of deer display the fastest and most robust bone development in the animal kingdom. (
  • Deer antlers are the only mammalian bone structures to regenerate completely every year. (
  • 1 Deer antler velvet is the epidermis covering the inner structure of the growing bone and cartilage, which develops into antlers. (
  • The antler velvet is a tissue covering the cartilage and bone that becomes deer antler. (
  • If you want to 'push bone' and maximize antler growth, then you should supplement your feed rations with Head Gear products. (
  • Stanford scientists identified two key genes responsible for the rapid bone growth of deer antlers, a finding that may one day help treat bone disease. (
  • Deer velvet covers the growing bone and cartilage that develops into deer antlers. (
  • Bone metabolism in adult-onset growth hormone deficiency: a 2-year open randomized controlled multicenter trial. (
  • First, GH stimulates linear bone growth as discussed above. (
  • This is a hormone that mediates the actions of the widely talked about human growth hormone (HGH). (
  • The effects of six months of human growth hormone on lean body mass and adipose-tissue were equivalent in magnitude to the changes incurred during 10-20 years of aging. (
  • It doesn't contain the controversial Human Growth Hormone, but it offers the same benefits. (
  • The company says its deer-antler substance contains a banned performance-enhancer connected to human growth hormone. (
  • asked Key, referring to human growth hormone. (
  • Many hunters simply believe that you can influence antler quality through genetics in the wild," says Kip Adams, chief conservation officer of the National Deer Association (formerly QDMA ). (
  • Hunters today are letting deer get older at unprecedented levels, and that's the reason that, across the whitetails' range, we see, hear of, photograph, and shoot bigger deer than ever before. (
  • A breakdown of the combined 2017 deer seasons reveals 44,127 bucks were harvested during the traditional buck firearm season, 33,584 antlerless deer were killed during all antlerless firearm seasons, 26,206 deer were harvested by bows and crossbows, and 4,243 deer were taken by muzzleloader hunters. (
  • Hunters are reminded that the DNR will hold 12 public meetings across the state March 12 and 13 to gather comments on fall 2018 antlerless deer hunting seasons in each of the 51 counties where firearms deer hunting is permitted. (
  • Hunting guide Mike Clark normally has more than 20 clients lined up each fall for trips deep into Wyoming's western wilderness to shoot mule deer, prized by hunters for their size and impressive antlers. (
  • Clark took only six mule deer hunters out in September and October who were lucky enough to get permits. (
  • Officials won't know how effective their efforts will be until hunting season ends in January and hunters submit reports saying how many deer they killed. (
  • The area of Wyoming where Clark takes hunters is known as one of the best places in the world to hunt mule deer, state Game and Fish spokesman Renny MacKay said. (
  • Clark said his business will survive the downturn but that his future guiding hunters is uncertain if wildlife managers reduce the number of mule deer hunting permits for nonresidents again next year. (
  • Otherwise, none of us are going to have any deer hunters," he said. (
  • Wayne Burch wants deer hunters like himself to help feed Virginia's hungry people. (
  • Organized participation in Hunters for the Hungry offers the potential for dozens of Middle Peninsula deer, with perhaps 50 pounds of meat each, to be donated, he said. (
  • Last year, Central processed a 85,000 pounds of deer, including a couple of truckloads from Hunters for the Hungry participants, he said. (
  • Last spring, a Health Department official in Southwest Virginia said Hunters for the Hungry would have to cease operation because the deer meat was not inspected, said Butts. (
  • And because hunters brought the deer to the slaughterhouse, there is no way to verify how the deer were killed, prepared or stored. (
  • Finally, the establishment of food plots can show a landowner's commitment to deer management, potentially aiding in the marketing of hunting leases and other programs to prospective hunters. (
  • Hunters make a management decision each time they choose whether to harvest a deer. (
  • Season will run through Feb. 15, unless hunters fill a quota of 200 deer of each species before that date. (
  • While that's a touch of good news after a challenging winter, mule deer hunters will see fewer young bucks in the fall, and in some places, very few. (
  • Lashley said this new understanding of mineral stumps will enable hunters and other forest managers to assist deer herds and other herbivores during lean times. (
  • Deer hunters are being reminded to take precautions to avoid bringing chronic wasting disease into Iowa. (
  • Whitaker, who is a deer hunter, has heard from other hunters who are concerned about the drug. (
  • Your support enables our exciting programs to recruit, assist and educate new deer hunters. (
  • As a young hunter, I often puzzled over the depictions of the chest cavity in diagrams for hunters and on targets that displayed organs, because they were often at odds with my understanding of deer anatomy. (
  • This is when the best antler growth will occur and the year he becomes a prime target for trophy hunters. (
  • We provide convincing evidence, using a unique dataset from deer hunting, that selectivity declines with more hunters competing and a shorter remaining season. (
  • Deer forage for food near Walnut Woods Park in West Des Moines in 2016. (
  • White tail deer congregate in a harvested bean field to forage for food. (
  • However, in areas where a fence must be erected to prevent consumption and damage of deer forage by grazing livestock or feral hogs, a square plot may be preferable as such a design minimizes fencing costs. (
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  • Although they have long been used as a livestock forage, brassicas came on the scene as a deer forage about 20 to 30 years ago. (
  • Antlers are present in almost all members of the deer family Cervidae. (
  • Deer belong in the family Cervidae - from a Latin word meaning "deer. (
  • Deer or true deer are hoofed ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae . (
  • HGH-PRO now contains the ever popular Deer Antler Extract. (
  • The Benefits of Deer Antler Extract have been featured on, CNBC and Yahoo Sports. (
  • Hundreds of professional athletes in all major sports have used Deer Antler Extract to enhance their physical performance. (
  • Numerous athletes and bodybuilders - both professional and recreational - use deer antler extract as a supplement due to its purported ability to stimulate the growth of body tissues, particularly reticuloendothelial cells and leukocytes, as well as for its general performance-enhancing effects, including boosting T-levels . (
  • Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was quoted as saying he supported the use of deer antler extract, even though the substance was banned at the time by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the NFL as a performance enhancing drug. (
  • Early research shows that taking deer velvet extract or powder does not improve strength in active males. (
  • In modern times it has been discovered that very small amounts of key constituents, called growth factors, signal cellular structures for regeneration and growth, and are found in deer antler velvet extract itself and in larger amounts within the circulating blood of those who take it. (
  • Go to, definitely get the [deer antler velvet extract tablets] and the [deer antler velvet capsules]. (
  • They also may be poorly absorbed compared to deer antler extract. (
  • ACN utilizes the purest forms of Deer Antler Velvet (DAV) extract in all of their sublingual (oral) and transdermal (topical) formulas. (
  • To determine the effects of deer antler velvet on maximal aerobic performance and the trainability of muscular strength and endurance, 38 active males were randomly assigned in a double-blind fashion to either deer antler velvet extract (n = 12), powder (n = 13), or placebo groups (n = 13). (
  • and spritzes of deer-antler velvet extract (the Ultimate Spray) every two hours. (
  • As this stage of heightened development, deer antler is ripe with the critical growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), which may not only be responsible for sparking and then sustaining antler expansion, but also have a hand in overall cellular growth. (
  • Among their objectives, the researchers were searching for higher levels of Insulin-Like Growth Factor, or IGF-1. (
  • HGH when released into the blood stream stimulates the liver to produce Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1, which is the primary mediator of HGH. (
  • All subjects were measured for circulating levels of testosterone, insulin-like growth factor, erythropoietin, red cell mass, plasma volume, and total blood volume. (
  • Of particular interest are 3 hormones known to promote growth of skin tissue: insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), epidermal growth factor (EGF) and transforming growth factor-β1 (TGF-β1). (
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  • Establishment costs are typically minimized if deer food plots are located in existing openings, e.g., natural meadows, abandoned or fallow fields, edges of interior roads, utility rights of way, and firelanes. (
  • [10] However, other phylogenetic analyses support a sister-group relationship with fallow deer ( Dama dama ). (
  • Fallow deer have been introduced to South Africa. (
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  • The 2017 harvest was 4 percent below the 2016 harvest of 112,384 deer, and 15 percent below the five-year average of 127,803. (
  • The 2017 antlerless deer harvest, which includes those taken during the youth/Class Q/Class XS deer season, was 3.5 percent less than in 2016 and 22 percent below the five-year average of 43,145. (
  • And mule deer buck harvest has increased for the fourth consecutive year, reaching record number in 2017. (
  • The 2017 spring survey results show that hunting can be increased in all badlands units except 4A, which experienced more severe winter conditions and a slight decline in mule deer numbers. (
  • Studies show that killing these deer solely on the basis of selective harvest (rather than for the traditional reasons of fun, meat, etc.) is ultimately a waste of a good buck tag. (
  • We tend to see and hear about more bigger bucks than ever before because older deer are encompassing a higher percentage of the total buck harvest today than ever before," Adams says. (
  • It is important to note that the antlerless harvest is the key component to any deer management strategy, as it controls the future deer population, said Paul Johansen, chief of the Wildlife Resources Section. (
  • The bow and crossbow harvest of 26,206 deer was 1.2 percent less than the 2016 harvest of 26,524, and 4 percent below the five-year average of 27,420. (
  • In addition to improving deer health and condition, food plots can increase the chance of successful deer viewing or harvest. (
  • A square plot concentrates deer in a smaller area than does a long narrow plot making them easier to harvest. (
  • As quality deer management (QDM) philosophies are adopted by landowners or wildlife management cooperatives, each hunter will become more aware of how individual harvest decisions can influence the deer herd's overall health and population demographics. (
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  • We have deer that we harvest out of New Zealand," Key said. (
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  • Deer velvet contains hormones. (
  • Deer velvet contains a small amount of hormones. (
  • In male roe deer the increase in the accumulation of gonadal steroidogenic enzymes, estrogen receptors and blood level of LH and testosterone during mating suggests the involvement of steroid hormones in the control of reproductive cycles (Sempere et al. (
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  • A few species, the musk deer and the Chinese river deer for example, have no antlers in both males and females, while both male and female caribou [1] have antlers. (
  • The musk deer ( Moschidae ) of Asia and chevrotains ( Tragulidae ) of tropical African and Asian forests are separate families within the ruminant clade ( Ruminantia ). (
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  • State Farm Insurance estimates drivers had over 1.9 million deer vehicle accidents (DVAs) from 2018-19. (
  • Iowa's early muzzleloader deer season opened this past weekend and runs through next Sunday (Oct. 23). (
  • Deer were hit hardest in most of those states, while Washington had severe losses among several of its elk herds. (
  • In southern and central Idaho, last winter's fawn survival rate was just 30 percent, prompting a reduction in deer hunting permits to help herds boost their numbers, said Mike Keckler, spokesman for the Idaho Fish and Game Department. (
  • Officials will destroy the captive white-tail deer herds on two separate southeast Iowa farms where chronic wasting disease has been confirmed, the Iowa Department of Agriculture said Friday. (
  • Deer farms, surrounded by fencing to keep out wild deer, are required to get animals from other captive herds, Rumsey said. (
  • Many areas within the whitetail's range have abundant deer herds. (
  • Biologists typically refer to species that follow logistic growth as K-selected species ( Molles, 2004 ). (
  • Deer living in Maine and other portions of New England are likely battling starvation because of the region's tough winter, biologists say. (
  • As an orthopedic researcher, Yang never planned to pursue deer antler genetics. (
  • Back in the lab, the scientists used a variety of techniques to decipher the genetics behind antler growth, including analyses of RNA, a molecule that help carry out specific gene instructions, and gene "knock-down" and "over-expression" studies, which hinder gene function or rev it up, respectively. (
  • In addition, the age of the animal, their genetics, nutrition and overall health improve the growth. (
  • Since we can't control breeding in free-ranging deer, we can't shape genetics. (
  • But even if there was such a thing as "inferior genetics" and you could see it by just looking at a deer, you could not affect its prevalence in the population, not even by killing deer that are carriers. (
  • The number of fawns any given buck sires is relatively low, as is fawn recruitment-yet another reason why culling bucks doesn't have any meaningful impact on antler growth. (
  • The 2021 Deer Report reveals that during the 2019-20 deer season, 39 percent of all antlered bucks harvested were at least 3.5 years old. (
  • A two-month mule deer hunt has been proposed in south-central Montana near where two bucks - which later tested positive for CWD - were killed earlier this fall. (
  • Helps bucks regain lost weight after the rut, supports pregnant does, and the growth of fawns. (
  • Lactating females require salt, as do young bucks for the purpose of antler growth. (
  • The growth in Middle Tennessee isn't limited to Davidson County, which added more than 6,000 residents from 2015 to 2016 alone. (
  • Small species of brocket deer and pudús of Central and South America, and muntjacs of Asia generally occupy dense forests and are less often seen in open spaces, with the possible exception of the Indian muntjac . (
  • No known cases of neurological disease have been seen in humans who have taken deer antler velvet supplements, but a 2009 study sponsored by the National Institutes of Neurological Diseases and Stroke and the U.S. Department of Agriculture concluded that the possibility remains. (
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  • Deer lick salt because salt supplements their diet, providing nutrients and minerals missing in other food sources. (
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  • This means increasing habitat quality, decreasing the number of deer using the habitat (that is, shooting more does), or both. (
  • Although food plots should never be viewed as a substitute for properly managed, natural deer habitat, when used in combination with other habitat management techniques their establishment on private and public lands has proven beneficial. (
  • Implementing management techniques that enhance deer habitat or improve deer population demographics can be very rewarding. (
  • This type of habitat is important for deer of all ages, but it is especially important for concealing fawns during their first few months of life. (
  • Feed to Deer, Elk and Exotic Deer as a supplement to native habitat or pasture. (
  • At the same time, market hunting, weak enforcement of game laws, and habitat loss conspired to drive deer to dangerously low numbers by the late 1800s. (
  • Red deer stag. (
  • Deer are widely distributed, with indigenous representatives in all continents except Antarctica and Australia, though Africa has only one native deer, the Barbary stag , a subspecies of red deer that is confined to the Atlas Mountains in the northwest of the continent. (
  • But while on vacation in Alaska in 2009, Yang's tour guide rattled off some fun facts about wild deer, and it piqued his curiosity. (
  • Chronic wasting disease was found in a captive deer population in north-central Iowa, the state's Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship said. (
  • Imagine a population of deer in the forest. (
  • At first, while the population of deer is small, there is no problem with finding enough vegetation to sustain them. (
  • Let's suppose that the proportional rate of growth depends on the population density. (
  • Johnson (2003) notes: "A deer population that has plenty to eat and is not hunted by humans or other predators will double every three years. (
  • Don't be alarmed if you see 0.4 units for population -- in this case, that would mean 400 deer. (
  • Change the initial population P 0 to 1.2 million deer, and graph the solution again. (
  • The western part of White Deer Hole Creek has very high water quality and is the only major creek section in Lycoming County classified as Class A Wild Trout Waters, defined by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission as "streams which support a population of naturally produced trout of sufficient size and abundance to support a long-term and rewarding sport fishery. (
  • Recently it was announced the population of Red Deer had surpassed 100,000 residents, with City Manager Craig Curtis stating he expected to see the City's population double within as little as 25 years. (
  • As the population continues to grow, additional services will be needed in the form of recreation, to which Curtis explained will be met in the near future with the upgrades at the Red Deer Arena, Red Deer College and the Memorial Centre as well as the creation of a new major multiplex recreation facility and site selection for an additional athletic park. (
  • It seems that there is a fairly narrow range of breeding success in free-ranging deer, with data from the Rum population showing that few stags will have much mating success until they're six or seven years old and most will fail to carry the success into their teens. (
  • This knowledge will help me better understand why antlers grow the way they do, and it will also help the deer population with the understanding of what comes into play in knowing whether a deer is healthy or not, and which animal is an ethical shot. (
  • But growth so far has eluded Hardeman County, which has lost about 7 percent of its population since 2010 and was reeling even before then. (
  • Where we happen to have population gains, it's from natural growth - people having babies," he said. (
  • 5 The entire population of deer in the United States will eat the equivalent of 15 million metric tons of vegetation per year, which is greater than the combined weight of all aircraft carriers in the U.S. Navy! (
  • 1 yr old and females) are often adapted to achieve the agency's population goals, such as when the deer population is determined to be higher than desired. (
  • The reluctance to shoot females with offspring facilitates rapid population growth, but skewing sex ratio also affects evolutionary processes. (
  • The Key deer population is an example of a success story gone sour, says Deborah Holle, director of the National Key Deer Refuge. (
  • It's a fallacy that any deer or deer population has an "antler-gene problem" that we should worry about, but if it did, some does would carry it too, and a hunter would have no way of sorting them out and removing them. (
  • The study, to be published in Vaccine online Dec. 21, documents a scientific milestone: The first successful vaccination of deer against chronic wasting disease (CWD), a fatal brain disorder caused by unusual infectious proteins known as prions. (
  • The farms were participating in the state's voluntary chronic wasting disease surveillance program, which requires testing on any deer that die on a farm. (
  • The Iowa DNR has tested more than 38,000 deer for chronic wasting disease since 2003, with no positive results in the state. (
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  • The deer cast their antlers between March and May-the precise date is dependent upon age and social rank such that older, more dominant males cast their antlers (often several weeks) before younger ones-when increasing day length leads to a drop in their blood testosterone level. (
  • William McKinley, deer program coordinator for the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks said the deer's antlers were consistent with a lack of testosterone production. (
  • Something caused the deer to stop producing testosterone,' McKinley said. (
  • If a deer doesn't have testosterone the antlers continue to grow. (
  • McKinley may never be able to pinpoint exactly what caused the buck to stop producing testosterone, but one thing he's sure of is that Ethredge harvested a truly rare deer. (
  • We aimed to describe and compare the reproductive seasonal patterns of adult and yearling pampas deer stags throughout the year, including morphological traits, testosterone concentration, sperm morphology and cryoresistance pattern changes. (
  • In conclusion, in the captivity conditions, pampas deer stags seems to present a light seasonal reproductive pattern, with maximum testis size, testosterone secretion and fresh semen quality in autumn. (
  • The KDFWR also reports deer densities for 32 counties in Kentucky, the average of which is approximately 27 deer per square mile. (
  • 1 They can reach densities of over 1 deer per hectare (100 deer per square kilometer). (
  • Stanford scientists and their collaborators have identified two key genes responsible for the rapid growth of deer antlers. (
  • only when uhrf1 was fully functional did the scientists see the rapid cell proliferation characteristic of antler growth. (
  • Scientists have discovered the key to this rapid antler growth is a complex blend of amino acids, growth factors, and IGF-1 found in high concentrations in the antler velvet. (
  • Some scientists say that the growth can be split into two stages, the formation of the pedicle and then the initial growth of the antler on top. (
  • Scientists are fascinated by the ability of members of the deer family to shed and regrow their antlers. (
  • Satellites and trail cameras are helping scientists predict where deer are more likely to exhibit certain behaviors. (
  • Scientists do not know why deer lack a gall bladder. (
  • Since this is when deer are able to get needed nutrition for milk production, the scientists think the wildfire-regrowth cycle may impact the timing of when deer breed and give birth. (
  • The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) sets guidelines for hunting and fishing in the state, and it reported an estimate of 900,000 deer prior to the hunting season of 2004. (
  • Wildlife regulators in states where deer hunting is a way of life and an important tourism draw are implementing or considering deep cuts to hunting permits after a tough winter killed off many of the animals. (
  • Depending on the availability and quality of native wildlife forages, deer food plots containing warm- and cool-season forages should comprise between 1 and 3 percent of the land area utilized by deer. (
  • State wildlife officials are holding the hunt after a mule deer shot north of Chester tested positive for the disease. (
  • wildlife officials moving forward as if the mule deer will ultimately be determined positive for CWD. (
  • Shepherdsfield, his nonprofit church that hosts weddings and other events, was in violation of a Deschutes County provision designed to protect mule deer and other wildlife. (
  • The neurological disease affecting deer and elk is not believed to be a threat to human health, but it is fatal to wildlife. (
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  • Before the season starts Nov. 16 in most other localities, Burch is visiting hunt clubs on the Middle Peninsula, asking members to set aside a day or a week in which they'll donate the deer they shoot. (
  • I decided to hunt that evening because the deer thought I was at work,' Ethredge said. (
  • Over 10 million people spend nearly $6 billion to hunt deer in the United States each year. (
  • We have cloned 28 genes which are upregulated in the cartilaginous section (called mineralized cartilage) of the developing ("velvet") antler of red deer stags, compared to their levels in the fetal cartilage. (
  • Back during our buck season, I scoped over 2 (bigger than average sized) deer, and both of them had both sides of their antlers snapped off, about as long as your thumb. (
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  • Beginning around 5-8 years, a mule deer buck will be in his prime or healthiest years. (
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  • The opening was one I watched for buck activity, but I felt if a deer did slide through the gap it would pause long enough for a shot. (
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  • A yearling mule deer has antlers in velvet that are just beginning to develop a second tine. (
  • If the primary purpose of the food plot is to attract deer for hunting, it may also be desirable to consider wind direction when deciding on location. (
  • Square plots may also be more appropriate when the sole aim is to attract deer for hunting. (
  • While there are no plants that are deer proof , there are many that are far less prone to attract deer. (
  • Deer, like all mammals, practise internal fertilization and their reproductive cycle is highly seasonal, being driven by photoperiod (i.e. how many hours of darkness the deer sees over a 24 hour period). (
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  • An additional extinct species of deer, Megaceroides algericus , was present in North Africa until 6000 years ago. (
  • By the early 1920s, deer were extinct in some states-including Kansas and Indiana. (
  • The antlers vary quite a bit in size and shape, and each species of deer have their typical pattern. (
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  • Deer antlers can grow a whopping 2 centimeters per day when it's summertime and their antlers are growing at full speed," Yang recalled from the guide's spiel. (
  • This antler velvet allows the deer to grow the gigantic hardened rack seen on the adult males, year after year. (
  • It takes about 10 months for the deer to grow a full rack. (
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