Movements and Habitat Use of White-tailed Deer in the Northern Black Hills, South Dakota, 1990-1992: Completion Report
Department of Game, Fish and Parks, Wildlife Division, 1994 - White-tailed deer - 131 pages
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A F WT G Age Sex Spp agricultural lands Appendix 72 aspen habitats aspen stands BEAR RIDGE-T6N BEAR RIDGE-T6N,R1E S19 Black Hills deer bur oak center of activity cm dbh coniferous canopy cover core use area CROW CR.-T6N,RlE Dakota and Wyoming deciduous canopy cover deer locations deer on summer Dusek fawning feeding sites female white-tailed deer forage Freq GPA's grass-forb ground cover habitat selection harmonic center loafing sites location T6N location T6N,RlE micro-habitat movements mule deer Nelson and Mech northern Black Hills overstory canopy cover percent deciduous canopy pine and aspen ponderosa pine program Home Range radio-collared deer random sites RIDGE-T6N R1E S19 Sec 9 shrubs South Dakota South Dakota/Wyoming study area Summer home range summer range summer-fall T6N R1E Tag Tag Radio tall shrubs Trapping Tag Tag understory Wildl Winter home range winter range