Wisconsin deer research enters fawn phase May 27, 2011

Wisconsin deer research enters fawn phase  May 27, 2011 Management Population  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
By Paul A. Smith of the Journal Sentine

 The multi-year Wisconsin deer research project entered its second major phase in recent days, with crews of Department of Natural Resources employees and volunteers searching woods and fields for white-tailed ...The goal is to place radio collars on 40 fawns in each of the two study areas. The eastern study area is near Shiocton, the northern study area is near Winter.  Once "on the air," the fawns will be tracked to learn about rates of survival and causes of mortality. The expandable radio collars are designed to break off after a year

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