Deer management in Ontario (1980-1997): Implications for future management.

Brian. Giles
The Ontario of Ministry Natural Resources spends considerable effort each year managing white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus ). A selective harvest system, which regulates kill by issuing a restricted number of either-sex harvest permits (called tags), has been the main tool employed to manage populations. Using harvest and biological data from 1980 to 1997, we reviewed the historical ability to regulate both harvest and population size in Ontario, and assessed our ability to predict future population...
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