Understanding Whitetail Deer
Date and Location
When (Date/Time)March 30, 2016, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
WherePenn State Extension, Warren County, 100 Dillon Drive, Suiete 101, Youngsville, PA 16371
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About The Workshop:
Whitetail deer are the most popular game animal in Pennsylvania. Managing the herd is a complicated process that involves not only understanding whitetail biology but also their habitat requirements. This workshop will provide information about both.
Duane Diefenbach’s presentation will focus on female deer: when they’re bred, how they survive, and when they give birth. His talk will be directly related to his ongoing deer-forest study taking place in NC PA.
Scott Weikert will provide information on how to manage deer habitat on your property to maintain a healthy herd.
Who Should Attend:
Anyone interested in whitetail deer will benefit from attending the workshop. Property owners will learn how they can improve deer habitat on their lands. All who attend will gain knowledge about deer that will help them afield.
- Everything You Need to Know About Females…Deer That Is! - Duane Diefenbach, PA Coop Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, Penn State
- 2-Prong Approach to Whitetail Management - Scott Weikert, Penn State Extension
There is no charge to attend, but seating is limited.