Typical... ... middle of paper ... ...f of a tree, it can kill it. Deer typically feed on plants that they like, but if the plants that they like are gone, they will eat the ones that they do not prefer (Natural History Living). Deer are most active during dusk when they get up to go find food (Damage Prevention and Reduction). Deer usually find food to be really scarce during winter because the snow or the cold kills the plants (Your Role in Deer Management). This is how the history of deer has to deal with population and the Lacy Act.
Now they realize that just shooting bucks do not equal quality deer herds. I believe that it is time to make Quality Deer Management a part of every hunters game plan. The benefits may not happen right away but after a couple of years you will have years and years of quality hunting. You not only will have a better hunting experience but you will also have fun implementing Quality Deer Management on your land. Bibliography: http://www.burnsville.org/deer_management June 18, 2001 http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/ July 19, 2001 QDM: Are You Up To Its Challenges?
The reintroduction of wolves in Yellowstone National Park did not end the debate of whether wolves should stay or go. Advocates for wolf reintroduction say the wolves control elk and deer population numbers; preventing the destruction of ranchers cattle and the land. Opponents say the wolves kill elk and deer that could be hunted. Ranchers fear the wolves will kill their livestock decreasing profits. Wolves are a natural mean of controlling the number of deer, elk, and other large game in an environment.
Deer are also adaptable to the changing ecosystem around them. The growing suburbs provide open lawns, the summer gardens, varieties of shrubs, and patches of forest cover. The population cannot be controlled naturally because natural predato... ... middle of paper ... ... risky, yet have the same affect on stabilizing the herd. For the suburban hunting problems, scare devices, repellents, and fencing may help keep deer away from backyards. Works Cited Barrett, Todd.
Also does fight like that to fight predators off, like coyotes, wolves,and a fox. White tailed deer can sprint up to 30 miles ... ... middle of paper ... ...earned as it pertains to predicting exactly where any buck will be at any given moment we can't. There are too many variables to consider. Even with all of that lastest technology at our disposal you still need to use some of that old fashioned woodsmanship skill that was a critical necessity of our forefathers to read landscape and ultimately see how a buck uses it. Thats a good thing.
Wildlife population and health is at a prime due to hunting. When Europeans first arrived on American soil, they learned to hunt from the Native Americans. They fed their families with venison, and clothed them with the hide from the deer. There was no bag limit for deer so they eventually killed off most deer. After that they restored the white-tailed deer population and the deer were overpopulated.
What most people don't know is that without it, the ever increasing population of deer and other animals could be environmentally devastating. People should realize that without hunting, animal populations are in danger. Hunting is beneficial to sustaining animal populations and controlling the problems that overpopulation create. Is hunting really necessary to control wildlife populations? That is one of the many questions asked by environmentalists and animal rights activists all over the world.
Chronic Wasting Disease has spread throughout the nations deer population (Yates 1) Researchers at the University of Illinois found that killing infected deer helps control the spread chronic Wasting Disease (1). Hunting does not only benefit animals being hunted, but it also benefits animals that are not the target of hunting (Guiden 1). One way Hunting does this is by the managing the number of predators (“25 reasons” 1). Through these methods hunting protects wildlife for the future
Without hunters, animals could overpopulate, and cause great ecological damage. The role that hunting plays in sustaining animal populations is defiantly the difference between sustained populations, and mass starvations. Is hunting really necessary in the maintenance of a balanced ecosystem? That is one of the many questions asked by environmentalists and animal rights activists all over the world. In “The Deer” Marston discusses the decrease in hunters across the nation.
Topic: Be an Active Hunter in Alabama General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To convince my audience that it is good to be an active hunter in Alabama to prevent overpopulation. Thesis: The population of white-tail deer in Alabama has drastically increased over the past century causing significant damage to property and homeowners, caused by hunters being less active. Introduction I. White-tail deer are able to survive in various different environments ranging from wide open fields, to thick, mature forests. A. Alabama is the ideal place for white-tail deer to live because of the variety of vegetation and shelter that this state has to offer. B.