Urban Deer, a Manageable Resource?: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at the 55th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, December 12-14, 1993
Wildlife Society, North Central Section, 1995 - Deer - 175 pages
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WHAT IS THE URBAN DEER PROBLEM AND WHERE DID IT COME FROM?
MODELING A NOTION
ECOLOGY OF URBAN AND SUBURBAN WHITETAILED DEER
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