Long Island’s Deer Herd: Monitoring The Ecological Impacts Of Our Largest Mammal - 27 East

Long Island’s Deer Herd:Monitoring The Ecological Impacts Of Our Largest Mammal

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East Hampton Natural Resource Department staff members Juliana Duryea and Andy Gaites monitoring the impact of deer on forest seedlings.  MIKE BOTTINI MIKE BOTTINI

East Hampton Natural Resource Department staff members Juliana Duryea and Andy Gaites monitoring the impact of deer on forest seedlings. MIKE BOTTINI MIKE BOTTINI

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Sports
  • Published on: Sep 29, 2015
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
One might assume that counting the number of white-tailed deer—Long Island’s largest mammal—in a particular region would be a relatively simple task. But among the number of techniques employed by... more

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