Celebrate the amazing wildlife management success story of North America and say Hallelujah and pass the backstraps like you mean it. It really wasn’t that long ago when America woke up to the heartbreaking disaster of the irresponsible, runaway, indiscriminate market hunting slaughter of our precious wildlife.
Science-based deer management involves many factors that must all work together for the overall health of the deer and their habitat. Auburn University's Deer Laboratory is one of the top deer research facilities in the country, and provides information on the many facets needed for a healthy deer management plan.
We all want to see more deer on our hunting land – but there is such a thing as too many deer – and it's not healthy for the deer or the land. That's where carrying capacity comes into play, and this episode of Grow 'em Big discusses the issue in...
Deer molting is a sure sign of spring. The reasons why deer lose their hair are fascinating, and yet another sign that Mother Nature knows how to take care of her critters. Deer Molting is a Natural Process If you have trail cameras out, you’ve probably noticed some really ratty-looking deer...
Timing the “drip rut” of the Southern whitetail breeding season differs from the Midwest and Northern predictions, but these suggestions can help you decide when to be in the stand.
Can you mange genetics of wild deer though herd manipulation — killing specific deer — to achieve bigger bucks? That's a question a lot of hunters and land managers ask and discuss.
Recent biological studies demonstrate very clearly that white-tailed deer perceive their environment in fine detail and respond immediately to pressure.
How many times have you heard other hunters say you can’t pattern bucks during the rut? Truth be known, rutting bucks are every bit as patternable as non-rutting bucks, especially during the breeding phase.
They're hyped as a great way to help drivers on roads, but how effective are deer whistles to avoid vehicle collisions and do they really work?