Debunking Deer Management Myths, Part 2

Date & Time: 
Thursday, September 12, 2019 - 4:00pm to 7:00pm
Location/Address: 
Bass Pro Shops in Grapevine
2501 Bass Pro Drive
Grapevine, TX 76051
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GENERAL OVERVIEW
Most deer enthusiasts and hunters are interested in large antlers. At this event, wildlife biologists will discuss antler development, selective harvest and effectiveness of culling. Come see years of research on deer and learn how to grow large-antlered deer on your property. Population management is important to maintain a healthy deer herd. Learn how to improve your deer herd through selective harvest, data collection, management associations and aging techniques.

ABOUT THE SERIES
Noble Research Institute and Bass Pro Shops has teamed up to bring land managers, hunters and deer enthusiasts a two-part series that provides a comprehensive understanding of deer management principles. Wildlife biologists will lead the discussions and answer your questions on deer management. Topics will include antler development, habitat management, food plots, culling and population management.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
The importance of doe harvest
Buck harvest strategies to increase antler size
The role of aging techniques in deer management
The science behind antler development
How management associations can improve deer management
The value of record keeping

HOW YOU WILL LEARN:
Seminar presentations
Q&A

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Hunters, ranchers and outdoor enthusiasts who want to better understand white-tailed deer management

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