Back in 2009, ODFW made the commitment to try and do something about Oregon’s declining mule deer populations.
That being said, the Antler Nation is about whitetails and with Oregon’s whitetail population hovering below 15,000, and trophy potential slim, it … Coast Range. 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 Year Population Estimate Many mule deer ranges will no longer support historic deer population levels due to reduction of habitat caused by human development and changes in land use. Moderate Species Common Name Columbian White-tailed Deer Species Scientific Name Odocoileus virginianus leucurus; Federal Listing Status Endangered (Lower Columbia River population) State Listing Status Sensitive Ecoregions. June 26, 2015 | By Kip Adams Hunters throughout the whitetail’s range are complaining of declining deer populations. Top-5 Factors Causing Deer Population Declines. Hunting Oregon’s Mysterious Open-Country Muleys. Oregon State Spotlight Oregon’s banquet season is underway with the Klamath Chapter first in line. Over on the dry side, where water holes are few and far between, it isn't hard to find deer sign. The Oregon and California Land Grant Act of 2013 December 5, 2013 – Dominic Aiello, Vice President- Updated January 6, 2014 The Oregon and California Land Grant Act of 2013 Federal Committee Hearing coverage (2/5/14) […] MDI: Five-Year Check-In. Spend a day scouting near water and you'll find evidence aplenty. Salt Lake City, Utah: The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) announced today that it is starting a Wildfire Disaster Fund to raise much needed funding to… Read More . Mule deer hunting across Oregon isn’t too shabby either, and combined these two deer subspecies account for Oregon’s 525,000-plus deer population. By Gary Lewis.
Are these declines real, and if so, what are the driving factors? Figure 2. Not all hunters, of course, but enough to draw newspaper headlines, DNR deer management plan audits, and legislation aimed at growing deer herds. This article first appeared in the March/April 2015 issue of Oregon Hunter Magazine. EUGENE, Ore. - Some cities in Oregon say urban deer populations are becoming too large - and too much of a problem. Deer Sterilization December 2015 Statement Ashland citizens have asked about the possibility of sterilizing deer to reduce the deer population in Ashland and one resident specifically referenced the use of salt licks to make deer sterile. Once you locate a buck's track, stop and look around. Their banquet was February 21st and again sold out with 395 adults and… Read More . Chances are he's no more than a half-mile away. Population estimates for mule deer in Oregon, 1979-2001. The following information was provided by Professor Michael Parker of SOU Biology Program: “There is no such birth control deliverable by salt lick. Now state officials are offering solutions.
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