What’s up everyone! I hope everyone who has an open season right now had a chance to catch some of the cold front that crossed the midwest this past weekend. It even snuck into the mid Atlantic! Today we’re brining you part one of our 3 part DIY report mini series covering deer movement with Dr. Bronson Strickland. He’s a professor of wildlife biology at Mississippi State University and host the Deer University podcast. If you’ve ever had questions about deer movement…you’ll want to catch this mini series.
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What To Expect From Podcast #81:
—Dr. Strickland’s background
—What drives deer movement
—Types of movement
—Home range movement
—And much more!
Show Notes And Links:
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