NC State Wildlife Extension-White-Tailed Deer
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Working with Wildlife Series and other NCSU Publications

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PDFPrevention and Control of Wildlife Damage Series - Deer

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PDFNCSU Extension Forestry - Working with Wildlife Series - WWW 3

* PDFNCSU Extension Forestry - Woodland Owner Notes Series - WON 12

Other Links of Interest

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White-tailed Deer Profile - University of Maryland

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PDFDeer Control - West Virginia University Extension

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PDFDeer Damage - Oklahoma

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Low-Cost Slant Fence/ Deer - Virginia

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NC Wildlife Resources Commission - North Carolina's White-tailed Deer Distribution and Harvest Statistics

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White-tailed Deer in North Carolina - NC Wildlife Resources Commission

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An Evaluation of Deer Management Options. Published by Whitetails Unlimited, this booklet outlines options for managing deer herds. Offered to the public free of charge, by calling 1-800-274-5471. NC Wildlife Resources Commission

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Some Suggestions on Ways to Avoid Deer-Vehicle Collisions. NC Wildlife Resources Commission

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