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Black-tailed deer behavior and population dynamics in the Tillamook Burn, Oregon
William W. Hines
|Other titles||Federal aid in fish and wildlife restoration (Or.)|
|Statement||William W. Hines.|
|Series||Wildlife research report -- no. 5., Wildlife research report (Oregon. Wildlife Commission. Research Division) -- no. 5.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Wildlife Commission. Research Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
Field Identification of Columbian white-tailed and black-tailed deer Oregon Deer and Elk Hunter Survey Summary Report Predator Animal Control Donations Roadkill Salvage Turn In Poachers - Email TIP or use this PDF Form Weapons Restrictions: Possession of Firearms What dog-owners should know about legal trapping in Oregon Wildlife Health. The majority of Columbian black-tailed deer studies have been conducted in areas were climate was not severe enough to necessi-tate deer migrations between definite winter and summer ranges. 7 There was an abundance of literature pertaining to the non-migratory or typical populations of deer, but very little pertaining to.
The California and Oregon Power Company at Copco on the Klamath River fed deer, E. H. Ober fed deer in the Owens Valley, L. J. Warren of Plumas County observed deer daily. A game warden in Adelaida near Paso Robles, California, said between and he . Coastal Black-Tailed Deer Study. Abstract. The Integrated Wildlife and Intensive Forestry Research (IWIFR) program was initiated to investigate forestry effects on deer populations and to provide a sound basis for future wildlife and habitat management recommendations.
We investigated habitat use of Columbian black-tailed deer in urban Vancouver, Clark County, Washington, at 3 spatial scales: (1) placement of the annual home range within the landscape mosaic, (2) annual and seasonal locations of deer within the annual home range, and (3) short-term use of critical habitats (fawning areas) within seasonal by: Black-tailed Deer Population Assessment In The Mendocino National Forest, California, – Technical Report (PDF Available) December .
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Black-tailed deer are a member of the mule deer family and found across the Pacific Northwest of North America. Scientific Classification Kingdom Animalia Phylum Chordata Class Mammalia Order Artiodactyla Family Cervidae Subfamily Capreolinae Genus Odocoileus Species O. hemionus Scientific Name Odocoileus hemionus columbianus Quick Information Also known.
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 Class: Mammalia. Features: Columbian black-tailed deer are smaller and darker than mule deer. As the name suggests, black-tailed deer have a wide, triangular tail with a dark brown or black top and a white underside.
Habitat: Blacktails are a subspecies of mule deer found in western Oregon from the Coast Range east to the Cascade Mountains. They are edge-adapted species using the.
OREGON. BLACK-TAILED DEER MANAGEMENT PLAN. Novem Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Cherry Ave. Salem, OR () File Size: 1MB. Oregon offers diverse deer hunting opportunities among beautiful landscapes, with both over-the-counter general tags and controlled tags available.
Western Oregon’s reclusive black-tails live in the lush habitat of the coastal mountains and western Cascades. Eastern Oregon’s mule deer live in the more open country of the High Desert and the northeast.
I highly recommend this book to anyone pursuing blacktail deer in Oregon. It's very rare to find a book on Blacktail deer that isn't % product pushing and anecdotal evidence. This book sticks to the facts, backed by cited studies from OSU.
If you are serious about hunting blacktail deer in their native rain-forest habitat, this book is for you/5. Oregon Deer Population: An estimate from the state of aboutdeer in through A large decline in the harvest indicates a population closer toHeavy snowfall in and a late winter have reduced fawn numbers in many regions.
A mild winter resulted in good survival, but drought in the summer has reduced herds in Central and Eastern. Black-tailed deer definition is - mule deer; especially: one of a subspecies (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus) especially of British Columbia, Oregon, and Washington.
Black-tailed Deer of California by Keith Smith: Author, Keith Smith, has spent two years taking 1, photographs of black-tailed deer and researching everything he could find on California black-tailed deer in preparation for his book Black-tailed Deer of is pleased to bring you Smith's photographs and research as a weekly series.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife completed an extensive Columbian black-tailed (black-tailed) deer radio-collaring study in Oregon's south Cascade range from -with the goal of better understanding and anticipating the effects of different harvest management strategies on deer herds in the region.
Black-tailed deer behavior and population dynamics in the Tillamook Burn, Oregon. Wildlife Research Report Number 5, Oregon Wildlife Commission, Corvallis, OR, USA. Survival analysis using the SAS. If the black tailed deer has survived many years in the forest, the number of points on the antler will also be higher (WDFW ).
Alarm Walking A study in the Journal of Mammalogy, found a new behavior of the Colombian Black tailed deer (). This behavior is called a larm walking (Stankowich and Coss ). Having seriously hunted blacktail deer all my adult life, I know full well why they're referred to, often reverently, as the "Pacific Ghost." Their natural range extends from central California to Alaska, and these secretive deer can spend their entire lives moving unseen and unheard through the thick brush, old-growth timber and thorny tangles of the Pacific Coast rain forests.
Habitat Use of Female Columbian Black-tailed Deer in Western Oregon TJ Schrautemeier - Hunters bring banned elk parts into Rogue Valley from CWD-positive states December 1, Oregon Mike Lattin of Richland has been leading a campaign to feed about 1, elk and more than 1, deer in snowbound eastern Baker County March 1, Oregon.
A comparison of adult black-tailed deer body weights in4 years following the fire, and again in27 years following the fire, showed that as the seral vegetation developed in the burned area and black-tailed deer populations. RANGE-WIDE STATUS OF MULE DEER AND BLACK-TAILED DEER Mule Deer Working Group.
Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies This paper provides a general overview of the current black-tailed and mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) population status and general abundance trends throughout their range in North Size: 1MB.
The smaller coast, or black-tailed, deer (O. hemionus columbianus) is found along the Pacific coast from Alaska to northern gh mule deer and black-tailed deer are the same species, the mule deer’s mitochondrial DNA, which is passed down through the maternal line, is very close to that of.
In The Black-Tailed Prairie Dog, John L. Hoogland draws on sixteen years of research at Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, in the United States to provide this account of prairie dog social behavior. Through comparisons with more than other animal species, he offers new insights into basic theory in behavioral ecology and sociobiology.
A subspecies of the mule deer found in the coastal regions of Washington and Oregon, the black-tailed deer has a mostly black tail and a dark forehead. Although the most abundant deer species in the larger geographical region, it is a rare visitor to this Refuge.
blacktail deer taken on the oregon coast. A beautiful little buck taken off the "Black Tail deer hunting" "Oregon Coast" Rifle season out of Coos Bay Oregon.A subspecies of the mule deer found in the coastal regions of Washington and Oregon, the black-tailed deer has a mostly black tail and a dark forehead.
A common site at dusk and dawn, these deer feed in the in-between spaces of young forests, shrubs and grassland edges.black-tailed deer occurs on most islands, including Vancouver Island, and ranges east to near the summits of the Cascade and Coast ranges where it Distribution meets the third subspecies, the Rocky Mountain mule deer (O.
h. hemionus) (Figure 20). In the United States, the Columbian black-tailed deer ranges through Washington and Oregon (generally.