White-tailed Deer Population Study, 1962-2008, Adirondack Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Program by Adirondack Ecological Center of the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Newcomb, New York, USA

Stacy A. McNulty
From 1962-2008, White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) were studied at the SUNY ESF Huntington Wildlife Forest (HWF) and adjacent private and public lands in Essex and Hamilton Counties, New York, USA. Social group membership, migration and dispersal, reproductive biology, and many other objectives were studied over the course of the study period. Deer were captured, individually marked with ear tags or streamers, fitted with radio collars (later, GPS collars), and released to be tracked for a...
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