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Compensatory mortality in a Colorado mule deer population

Richard M. Bartmann

Compensatory mortality in a Colorado mule deer population

by Richard M. Bartmann

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Published by Wildlife Society in [Bethesda, MD] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mule deer -- Colorado -- Mortality.,
  • Animal populations.,
  • Deer -- Colorado -- Food.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJournal of wildlife management. V. 56, no. 1 (January 1992)
    Statementby Richard M. Bartmann, Gary C. White and Len H. Carpenter.
    SeriesWildlife monographs -- no. 121.
    ContributionsWhite, Gary C., Carpenter, Len H., Wildlife Society.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14534053M

    in the population dynamics of mule deer. The Numbers Game Mule deer populations increase when more deer are born than die, and decrease when more deer die than are born. Most mortality in deer herds occurs in young deer immediately after birth, or during mid- to late winter. Carrying capacity, or the ability of the habi-tat to support the herd. CARBONDALE — While Colorado Parks and Wildlife is moving forward with a study in which bears and mountain lions will be killed to see if that helps the declining mule deer population, research on the subject is far from definitive, a Colorado State University professor told environmentalists last week.

      The 4x4 typical buck appears poised to become one of history's top velvet-antlered mule deer if not the best with green score numbers of 3/8 . Smith, editors, Deer in the Southwest: a workshop. Arizona Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit and School of Renewable Natural Resources, University of Arizona, Tucson. J. ONES, F.L. An unusual cause of deer mortality. Journal of Wildlife Management K. UCERA, T.E. Influences of sex and weather on migration of mule deer in.

    previous winter was the most important influence on mule deer population growth. The lack of response in fawn ratio or mule deer abundance to coyote reduction at this extensive (landscape) scale suggests that decreased neonate mortality due to coyote removal is partially compensatory. Annual removal of coyotes was not an effective method to. As part of the work plan, MDF will be prioritizing BLM coordination and participation on implementing the Colorado West Slope Mule Deer Strategy and helping the mule deer population in the state. Heritage Days & M.U.L.E.Y. Kid’s Day.


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Compensatory mortality in a Colorado mule deer population by Richard M. Bartmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is a nationally recognized leader in conservation, outdoor recreation and wildlife management. The agency manages 42 state parks, all of Colorado's wildlife, more than state wildlife areas and a host of recreational programs.

CPW issues hunting and fishing licenses, conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, protects high priority wildlife. Get this from a library. Compensatory mortality in a Colorado mule deer population. [Richard M Bartmann; Gary C White; Len H Carpenter; Wildlife Society.].

The hypothesis of compensatory mortality is critical to understanding population dynamics of wildlife species. This research tested for compensatory mortality in the juvenile (fawn) portion of a mule deer population.

In the fall of60 fawns were telemetered on both the control and treatment sites of the Little Hills study area. Colorado is widely recognized as a top vacation destination in the West and it’s also experiencing population growth at a trajectory that cannot help but impact mule deer in the future.

Every summer, visitors flock by the tens of thousands, and the high country and resort towns are filled with tourists. According to Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW), the state’s current mule deer population of aroundis about 25% below their tions have been declining over the last several decades due to human population growth resulting in habitat loss and vehicle collisions, as well as other factors like climate change, malnutrition, diseases like chronic wasting disease, and predation.

On Colorado's Compensatory mortality in a Colorado mule deer population book Slope, the post-hunt estimate of just overdeer was more thandeer shy of the desired target population range of–deer.

Despite these challenges, Colorado has maintained its reputation as one of the premier states for mule deer hunting. Colorado's Mule Deer Story is designed to frame a. Clearly compensatory mortality is very useful, even essential, if the objective is to sustainably harvest a population.

Joel Berger put forward the idea of a “landscape of fear” in his book “The better to Gary C. White, and Len H. Carpenter. “Compensatory Mortality in a Colorado Mule Deer Population.” Wildlife.

The December 2 issue of the Lincoln Journal Star carried an insightful Letter to the Editor, regarding deer harvest. I'm currently covering 'harvest management' in my Wildlife Management Techniques course. The concept of Compensatory Harvest Mortality is often over-simplified or applied in a misleading manner.

Deer were nearly hunted to extinction by the early s and were extirpated in many regions. In the U.S. BIological Survey estimated the whitetail population atConservation and restocking allowed whitetail populations to recover to about pre-colonization levels while blacktails and mule deer are below historic levels.A.

Compensatory Mortality in a Colorado Mule Deer Population Paperback – January 1, by Et al. Bartmann, R. (Author), Charts Photo (Illustrator)Author: Et al. Bartmann, R. Coyote-removal programs targeted in areas where mortality of mule deer fawns is known to be additive and coyote-removal conditions are successful may influence mule deer population vital rates but.

These conditions have resulted in our deer hunters realizing an outstanding opportunity rate year in and year out. We regularly see bucks in the ”” range, with a few in the high ranges. Our mule deer hunting ranches are in what is known as some of the best country in Northwest Colorado.

Fully Guided, Free Range Mule Deer Hunts with Ivory & Antler Outfitters near Denver Colorado. Call Earl @ () for questions or to book a hunt. Email Us. Colorado Deer: An estimated population ofdeer post-hunt inup frompost-hunt in ;deer ina decline in part as a result of a harsh winter.

In aboutdeer. The mild winter allowed for better survival, especially in the northwest. The post-hunt population was estimated atcompared toin A part of northwestern Colorado dubbed the “mule-deer factory” for its history of producing large numbers of deer once boasted a population of more thanIn the herd was estimated at j deer.

Our Work. From the Pleistocene to the Holocene: Human Organization and Cultural Transformations in Prehistoric North America (Texas A&M University Anthropology Series Book. The mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus), also called blacktail deer, is an exclusively western species commonly seen in open-brush country throughout the western dispersed throughout Yellowstone National Park during the summer, mule deer migrate seasonally and most of the population winters outside of the park.

Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus) Mule deer populations have experienced a steady de-cline over most of the species’ traditional range. For instance, the approximatelymule deer in Colorado represent only about half of the peak popu-lation estimated for the state in the s.

Likewise, the current mule deer population in California is. DESCRIPTION TheCPEisaruggedareaofhighmountains,mesas,deep valleysandcanyons,shrublands,anddesertsinwestern Colorado,northwesternNewMexico,northeasternArizona.

Colorado West Slope Mule Deer Strategy Public Engagement Report 5 1. BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE COLORADO WEST SLOPE MULE DEER STRATEGY PUBLIC MEETING PROCESS Across the West, state wildlife agencies are seeing declines in mule deer populations.

In recent years, mule deer populations in Colorado have decreased in several areas on. Brett "Cooter" Ross had a buck tag in his pocket and an antlered deer of unknown size in front of him.

So he settled his gun on back of his pack, took careful aim, and eased down on the trigger. In that moment, the bullet exploded from the barrel, the buck disappeared in a flash, and Ross' hunting life changed forever. It was opening day in Colorado and Ross’ family and friends were all on.• Bartmann, RM, White GC, Carpenter LH () Compensatory mortality in a colorado mule deer population.

Wildlife Monographs: • Brown, DE () Effects of coyote removal on pronghorn and mule deer populations in wyoming. Master's Thesis. Utah State University, Logan, UT.Quantitative ecology, estimation of population parameters, compensatory mortality in mule deer populations, development of Program MARK.

Courses Taught. I formally taught 2 graduate courses closely related to my research interests, FW Population Dynamics and FW Analysis of Vertebrate Populations (with Paul F. Doherty, Jr.).