3 edition of Guidelines and considerations in managing mule deer in western Okanogan County, Washington found in the catalog.
Guidelines and considerations in managing mule deer in western Okanogan County, Washington
by Washington Dept. of Wildlife, Wildlife Management in Olympia, Wash. (600 Capitol Way N., Olympia 98501-1091)
Written in English
|Statement||by W.L. Meyers ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Meyers, Woodrow L., Washington (State). Wildlife Management Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Hunters will find a lot of interesting information in Washington’s new draft mule deer management plan, which is out for public review through Halloween.. A roadmap for maintaining stable populations of the iconic species, the page document also details past management practices, deer biology, the herds in seven Eastside regions, and hunter success rates therein. Chelan County hosts one of the largest populations of mule deer in Washington State. The rugged terrain and diversity of habitats provides excellent mule deer summer and winter range. Most mule deer in Chelan County are migratory, summering at high elevations in the Cascade Mountains and wintering at lower elevations near the Columbia River breaks.
Mule Deer. Chapter 1 describes the history of mule deer and the development of deer management in Utah. Chapters deal with the biology of mule deer. Hunter preferences, ethics and hunting success are covered in Chapters How, when, and where to hunt, guns, strategy, equip-. Guidelines for Monitoring Elk and Mule Deer Numbers in New Mexico. CR Louis C. Bender College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences, New Mexico State University. Author: Senior Research Scientist (Wildlife), Department of Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources, New Mexico State University. Introduction. Wildlife (hunting) enterprises are important sources of revenue.
The Mule Deer is indigenous to western North America. There are believed to be several subspecies including the black-tailed deer.. Unlike its cousin, the white-tailed deer, mule deer are generally more associated with the land west of the Missouri River, or more specifically, with the Rocky Mountain region of North America. In Central Washington, mule-deer populations are fairly good in Chelan, Douglas and Okanogan counties, but after wildfires in the general firearm season in saw a dip with a percent Author: Mark Yuasa.
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The Okanogan mule deer (Biological bulletin ; no. 15) [Zeigler, Don L] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Okanogan mule deer (Biological bulletin ; no. 15)Author: Don L Zeigler. We hunt and live in Okanogan County and run a family-operated outfitters business offering full-service hunting guide packages for beginners and veteran hunters.
Headquartered in Oroville, Washington, our experienced guides will lead you to many game hunts in the heart of Okanogan including: mule deer, white-tailed deer, coyote, turkey, and grouse. Mule Deer Hunting.
We start off the deer season in September with the early archery which lasts up to five days. In this early season the bucks are really grouped up in bachelor groups.
Coming off a food source like alpha or out of apple orchard are very predictable. Setting up double bull blinds and tree stands to get them going to and from.
Regional Director: Dan McKinley at # or [email protected] We hunt and live in Okanogan County and run a family-operated outfitters business offering full-service hunting guide packages for beginners and veteran hunters. Headquartered in Oroville, Washington, our experienced guides will lead you to many game hunts in the heart of Okanogan including: mule deer, white-tailed deer, coyote, turkey, and grouse.
Guided Whitetail Deer Hunting. Whitetail deer hunting with Okanogan Valley Guide Service is much the same as our mule deer experience. You will see lots of great bucks and have ample opportunity for success.
Our late archery hunting lasts five days. This can be really exciting. You will be hunting during the rut while they are chasing doe’s. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Don L. Zeigler, Washington (State). Department of Game. Washington Department of Game, - Mammal populations - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. The Okanogan mule deer by Don L. Zeigler; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Mammal populations, Mammals, Mule deer, Wildlife management; Places: Methow River Watershed, Okanogan County, Washington (State).
Volunteers help clear brush near Moonlight Canyon By JESSE MAJOR staff writer Daily Record N. Main Street Ellensburg, WA Office: Fax:. The SE or Palouse area of washington is a good combo of Mule deer and Whitetail it has plenty of open CRP areas that hold mule deer combined with wheat and other dryland crops providing great habitat I would concentrate on the areas from the town of Prescott to Pomeroy north of Hwy and GMU and it is almost all private land.
Habitat Guidelines for Mule Deer: Southwest Deserts Ecoregion. Mule Deer Working Group, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. THE AUTHORS: JAMES R. HEFFELFINGER ARIZONA GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT N.
GREASEWOOD ROAD TUCSON, AZUSA CLAY BREWER TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT P. BOXFORT DAVIS, TX File Size: 3MB. Hunting Mule Deer in Washington is a difficult challenge because of the mule deer's incredible survival skills.
A sensitive nose, keen eyesight and ears that detect the slightest sound make harvesting a Mule Deer something to be proud of. If you are looking to test your hunting skills, come hunt mule deer in.
WASHINGTON - Washington implemented APRs in selected mule deer, black-tailed deer, and/or white-tailed deer units (WDFW ).
During APR use (which is still employed in some units), total harvest of mule deer bucks declined, and there was no increase in the number of mature mule deer bucks. We feature Acre Private Ranch Hunt for Trophy Mule Deer in Washington State.
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"Mule Deer" examines all facets of the life and environment of the mule deer, which inhabit the western portion of North America.
Mule deer are the cousins of the whitetails, though they are a separate species. This book is Classic Bauer, filled with overview of facts, behavior, and conservation, as well as stories from Erwin's personal /5(2). Recommendations for Managing Mule Deer Habitat In Wyoming. WGFD Mule Deer Working Group, October Version 10/16/15 Other Management Considerations.
Forest Insects These recommendations are intended to be used as general guidelines when developing management. Habitat: Mule deer occupy a wide range of habitat types; some live in desert shrub-steppe, some in woodlands, and some in conifer forests.
In general, however, mule deer occupy the more open, rugged areas. Although mule deer commonly are considered “browsers," they consume a wide variety of plant material and in some seasons graze extensively.
The project will lead to two book manuscripts in the summer ofone on the salmon of the Okanagan River, the last major run on the Columbia system, and the other on the connection between the Manhattan Project and the political and industrial face. The Washington Department of Game hosted this Western State's Mule Deer Workshop in Spokane, Washington, on April 11 Don Zeigl er, Regional Wildlife Biologist from Ephrata, served as chairman.
A total of 72 individuals participated in this workshop representing. Methods for Monitoring Mule Deer Populations 4 Toward this end, the MDWG has developed strategies to improve mule deer management throughout western North America, and has effectively increased communication among mule deer managers, researchers, administrators, and the public.
Increased communication amongFile Size: 3MB.The well-being of mule deer now and in the future rests with condition of their habitats. Habitat requirements of mule deer must be incorporated into land management plans so improvements to mule deer habitat can be made on a landscape scale as the rule rather than the exception.
The North American Mule Deer Conservation PlanFile Size: 2MB.Estimating population size, age composition, and sex ratio of mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is important to conservation and managed hunting of this species in the western United States.