2 edition of Managing young forests as black-tailed deer winter ranges found in the catalog.
Managing young forests as black-tailed deer winter ranges
|Statement||by J.B. Nyberg ... [et al.].|
|Series||Land management report,, 37, Land management report ;, no. 37.|
|Contributions||Nyberg, J. B., British Columbia. Ministry of Forests.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.U55 M28 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||86211833|
Maine is near the northern extent of the white-tailed deer range, and they live in many habitats here, from deep woods to farmland to suburban backyards. Habitat. Major habitats that provide food and cover for white-tailed deer in Maine are forest lands, wetlands, reverting farmlands, and active farmlands. Intermediate use was observed in young seral forests ( years after logging). Lowest use was in older seral forests (>40 years after logging). Consistent with the pellet-group data, track counts during winter revealed higher than expected use by deer of high-volume old growth and lower than expected use of young seral forest.
Graphic from: Wallmo and Schoen (). Forest management for deer. Pages in O.C. Wallmo, Ed. Mule and black-tailed deer of North America. Wildlife Management Institute, University of Nebraska Press. Deer Book part 2 6/29/00 AM Page 2. Roosevelt elk, black-tailed deer, other wildlife species and birds all use the North Santiam Watershed (also benefits Marion County). Morrow County Replace 18 to 20 miles of woven wire fencing with wildlife-friendly fencing within elk winter and .
In Alaska during winter black-tailed deer use old-growth forests at low elevations, where forage becomes abundant after the stand exceeds years in age and canopy cover is 60 to 80 percent. During snow-free periods, black-tailed deer move to less dense stands and subalpine meadows. IWIFR Effects of Heat, Cold, and Rain on Coastal Black-tailed Deer (Canadian Journal of Zoology. 66(11)) IWIFR Thermoregulation and thermal cover of deer and elk on Vancouver Island: a problem analysis; IWIFR Managing Young Forests as Black-tailed Deer Winter Ranges (released as Land Management Report 37).
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Two forms of black-tailed deer or blacktail deer that occupy coastal woodlands in the Pacific Northwest of North America are subspecies of the mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus).They have sometimes been treated as a species, but virtually all recent authorities maintain they are subspecies.
The Columbian black-tailed deer (O. columbianus) is found in western North America, from Northern Class: Mammalia. Abstract of Land Management Report Managing young forests as black-tailed deer winter ranges: Author(s) or contact(s): J.B.
Nyberg, F.L. Bunnell, D.W. Janz, and R.M. Ellis Source: Research Branch Subject: Wildlife Series: Land Management Report Other details: Published Hardcopy is.
Black-tailed deer. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. The mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is a deer indigenous to western North America; it is named for its ears, which are large like those of the several subspecies include the black-tailed deer.
Unlike the related white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), which is found through most of North America east of the Rocky Mountains and in the valleys of the Rocky Mountains from Idaho and Family: Cervidae. Managing Young Forests as Black-tailed Deer Winter Ranges. British Columbia Ministry of For- ests, Land Management Report Number 48pp.
Brown, E. Reade, editor. Managing young forests as black-tailed deer winter ranges book Service. Pacific North West Region. United States Department of Agri- culture, Management Of Wildlife and Fish Habitats in Forests of Western Oregon. Mule deer can move long distances during spring and fall migrations to avoid mountain snow.
Mule deer summering in the Cascades migrate as far as 80 miles to reach adequate winter range. Black-tailed and white-tailed deer normally reside within a ½ to 3 square-mile area; in mountainous locations, they move to lower elevations for the winter.
Old forests often provide the best winter range conditions because of overstory snow interception and provision of forage via herbs, shrubs, and arboreal lichen litterfall (Bunnell, ; Nyberg. Also known as: Blacktail deer, Columbian black-tailed deer: Description: Weight.
Adult males, called bucks, weigh around lbs (91 kg), while does, adult females, weigh around lbs (59 kg) Color: Their pelage ranges from reddish to brown, light or dark ash-gray, to even a dark brownish gray Size: Large males stand up to 3 ft (1 m) at the shoulder.
The phenomenon of snow interception by forest stands is examined. Interception relationships extracted from literature are evaluated for their applicability to the silvicultural and climatic conditions of south coastal British Columbia.
Hypotheses tested address: 1) the prediction of snow interception, 2) comparisons of heterogeneity in snow interception between second-growth and old-growth.
The goal of this book is to summarize and synthesize the available information on mule deer ecology and management into a useful reference document. Advances in technology combined with more sophisticated experimental design has added considerable insight to the foundations of mule deer ecology described in the classic “Mule and black-tailed.
Kirchhoff MD, Schoen JW, Black-tailed deer use in relation to forest clear-cut edges in southeastern Alaska. Journal of Wildlife Management, Kremsater LL, Bunnell FL, Testing relations between black-tailed deer and forest edges.
Canadian Journal of Zoology, Laskeek Bay Conservation Society, Over the last 15 years I’ve clipped and weighed forage plants on hundreds of acres of deer and elk winter ranges across the Lolo National Forest. The results are totally predictable. On winter ranges where fires have not burned for more than 20 years, an acre of winter range will typically yield from 30 to pounds of forage.
Black-tailed deer live in forested mountains and foothills of the Pacific coast. The climate is mild, having cool temperatures and abundant rainfall. Black-tailed deer typically spend their entire lives in areas that measure less than 3 square miles.
They don't migrate, but mountain-dwellers often seek lower elevations during winter. Sitka black-tailed deer. The conversion of uneven-aged, old-growth forests to even-aged, second-growth forests has generated concern about the future carrying capacity of the habitat for deer, especially where snow accumulation is common on winter ranges.
Even-aged, second-growth forests produce very little forage for black-tailed deer. Young. Deer hunting in Washington's game management units open at varying times of the seasons for archery, muzzleloader or rifle hunts. Some offer predictably better chances at finding trophy bucks than others, and for every deer tag you buy, you must declare the type of hunting you will engage in -- muzzleloader, modern gun or archery -- and fill.
Roosevelt elk and black-tailed deer guidelines for timber, recreation, and road management. Unpubl. Wil liamette National Forest. Jones, G. Influence of forest development on black-tailed deer winter range on Vancouver Island.
pp In. Black, H. (ed). Wildlife and forest management in the Pacific Northwest. Symp. proceed. Winter habitat is in low-elevation areas with min-imal snow that provide vegetation for forage. Summer habitats are commonly in agricultural areas and high-elevation mountains. Young to old forest stands.
Prefers young forest stands for feeding and fawning. Older stands are used for cover from predators. Prefers white oak woodlands. Historically. Winter Range. Deer distribution is most limited during winter.
From December through March, deer in Southeast are generally confined to old-growth forest winter ranges below 1, ft. Southern exposures generally accumulate less snow and provide greater access to evergreen forbs such as bunchberry dogwood and trailing raspberry.
Columbian black-tailed deer often find dense conifer stands useful as escape cover in the North Photo by Tom Kucera Deer Book part 5 6/29/00 AM Page 1. 58 A SPORTSMAN’S GUIDE TO IMPROVING DEER HABITAT IN CALIFORNIA Summer ranges of the migratory deer are typically in conifer forests, where similar to this deer winter range in.
Glaucomys sabrinus in old forests are 2 times more abundant than in young, managed forests without old-forest legacies (large live trees, large snags and large, decaying fallen trees): populations.
vidual black-tailed deer responded to controlled logging of old forests within their winter range,”says forests,especially those at low elevations, appear to provide a special type of refuge for coastal deer—a preferred habitat dur-ing severe winter.
The white-tailed deer, also known as the whitetail or Virginia deer, is a medium-sized deer native to North America, Central America, Ecuador, and South America as far south as Peru and has also been introduced to New Zealand, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, the Bahamas, the Lesser Antilles, and some countries in Europe, such as the Czech Republic, Finland, Romania, Serbia.
The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), also known as the whitetail or Virginia deer, is a medium-sized deer native to North America, Central America, Ecuador, and South America as far south as Peru and Bolivia. It has also been introduced to New Zealand, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, the Lesser Antilles, and some countries in Europe, such as the Czech Republic.