In the rush to jump on the mandatory antler point restriction bandwagon, in some states the basic principles of biology are being ignored in favor of public opinion. The end results are confusion, unhappy hunters and poorly managed deer herds.
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.
For better hunting success during deer season, it’s critical to understand the role that does play during the process of mate selection known as the rut.
Can culling bucks with a spike on one side "get them out of the gene pool" or is this just one of deer hunting's long-held and untrue myths?
With no uniform approach to battle chronic wasting disease, state wildlife officials must work with federal officials and each other to fight CWD.
Chronic wasting disease was discovered in Norway in spring 2016 and also has been confirmed in South Korea, making it a worldwide problem.
Research into chronic wasting disease in white-tailed deer shows that infectious prions may be spread by the animals at food and water sources.
Scientific research shows white-tailed deer can transmit the prions that cause chronic wasting disease, and some of those ways may be surprising.
A research study confirms that maternal transmission of chronic wasting disease to fawns is possible via different pathways.