The Deer-Forest Blog
We have added a weekly dining feature to the Veg Crew Diaries - the "Deer Plate Special"
One last capture and some brownies. Not a bad way to wrap up fawn capture.
We recently published another paper on female dispersal in deer. Here are the highlights.
And that’s a wrap! Short and intense – fawn capture draws to a close.
This week was a vegetation survey marathon (and sprint!). And we found an amazing American chestnut tree - alive!
Peeling one can make you cry but reading one should make you laugh.
The first full week of data collection!
DNA samples are back and it’s going to rock the deer world.
Our crews had a very vanilla week.
That’s right, all the green stuff from the smallest seedling to the tallest tree—we catalog them all.
Believe it or not, fawns come in flavors.
What could be better than spending a sunny Friday morning out in the woods finding a baby deer? Finding two of course!
Our crews are in high gear.
What is “LGS” and Why Should we Care?
Finding fawns is more than a full time job.
The forests are turning green again. Is it all the same to deer?
What are you remembering this weekend?
Dwight Yoakam brought us Tomorrow’s Sounds Today 16 years ago. Penn’s woods have been bringing us Tomorrow’s Trees Today for centuries.
It has begun...
Deer wrestling is only one aspect of the Deer-Forest Study. We play in the dirt too!