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    • Setting objectives for managing key deer

    • Mammals; Wildlife management; Population control; Endangered species
    • Diefenbach, D. R.; Wagner, T - U.S. Geological Survey, Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA; Stauffer, G.T. - Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit,...
    • Lead hazards to fish, wildlife, and invertebrates: a synoptic reivew

    • Biologists (USFWS); Water; Fishes; Pollutants;
    • Lead (Pb) and its compounds have been known to man for about 7,000 years, and Pb poisoning has been recognized for at least 2,500 years. All credible evidence indicates that Pb is neither essential nor beneficial to living organisms, and that all...
    • White-Tailed Deer

    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges;
    • White-tailed deer at Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Newington, NH.
    • Key Deer grazing

    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges; Endangered species; Grasses;
    • Key Deer grazing in tall grasses on National Key Deer Refuge
    • Red Deer Fawn

    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges;
    • Young red deer fawn at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, PA.
    • Deer

    • Mammals; Snow; Wildlife refuges;
    • Deer in snow at Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, MA.
    • Black-Tailed Deer (Doe)

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • Columbian White-Tailed Deer

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • Columbian White-Tailed Deer - Buck

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • Columbian White-Tailed Buck

    • Endangered species;
    • White-tailed deer are generally distinguished from mule or black-tailed deer by their longer tail that is brown rather than black on the dorsal surface, a smaller metatarsal gland, and, in adult males, antlers with prongs arising from a single main...
    • White-tailed Deer

    • Mammals; Scenics;
    • The silhouette of a White-tailed Deer standing on a hillside stands out against a purple sky at dusk.
    • Sitka Black-tailed Deer

    • Animals; Mammals; Ungulates; Deer; Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
    • This image was taken within the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge between July 26-30, 2005.
    • Sitka Black-tailed Deer with Fireweed

    • Animals; Mammals; Ungulates; Deer; Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
    • This image was taken within the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge between July 26-30, 2005.
    • Sitka Black-tailed Deer

    • Animals; Mammals; Ungulates; Deer; Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge; Alaska
    • This image was taken within the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge between July 26-30, 2005.

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