Lowland and Urban Deer

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Acceptance of deer management strategies by suburban homeowners and bowhunters

Analysis of cost of preventing establishment in Scotland of muntjac deer (Muntiacus spp.)

Attitudes of urban and suburban residents in Indiana on deer management

British Columbia urban ungulate conflict analysis

Characteristics of lowland broadleaved woodland being restocked by natural regeneration

Collaboration for community-based wildlife management

Community-based deer management: a practitioners' guide

Community-based suburban deer management: six case studies of issue evolution, capacity and intervention

Community-based wildlife management: a case study of Sika deer in Japan

Comparison of four methods to reduce white-tailed deer abundance in an urban community

Controlling urban deer

Deer and road traffic accidents: A review of mitigation measures: Costs and cost-effectiveness

Deer hunting in a residential community: the community's perspective

Deer management on the National Forest Estate: current practices and future directions 1 April 2014 - 31 March 2017

Deer management within suburban areas

Deer vehicle collisions in Britain - A nationwide issue

Deer-vehicle collisions, deer density and land use in Iowa's urban deer herd management zones

Deer/elk management actions in suburban environments: what will stakeholders accept?

Dimensions of capacity in community-based suburban deer management: the managers' perspective

Economics of an urban deer-removal program

Evolution of population genetic structure of the British roe deer by natural and anthropogenic processes (Capreolus capreolus)

Factors influencing browsing by fallow deer Dama dama in young broad-leaved plantations

Fifteen years of urban deer management: The Fontenelle Forest experience

From deer problem to people solution: a case study from Montgomery County, Maryland

Gender and ethical judgements about suburban deer management

Habitat selection by sympatric muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi) and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) in a lowland commercial pine forest

Identifying threshold densities for wild deer in the UK above which negative impacts may occur

Impact of deer in lowland Britain on agriculture, forestry and conservation habitats

Impact of muntjac deer (Muntiacus reevesi) at Monks Wood National Nature Reserve, Cambridgeshire, eastern England

Impact of roe deer Capreolus capreolus browsing on understorey vegetation in small farm woodlands

Impacts of deer herbivory on ground vegetation at Wytham Woods, central England

Impacts of woodland deer on small mammal ecology

Indicators of ecological change: new tools for managing populations of large herbivores

Influence of anthropogenic disturbances on activity, behaviour and heart rate of roe deer (Capreolus Capreolus) and red deer (Cervus Elaphus), in context of their daily and yearly patterns.

Influence of landscape factors on density of suburban white-tailed deer

Influences of deer browsing, coppice history, and standard trees on the growth and development of vegetation structure in coppiced woods in lowland England

Intervention and capacity considerations in community-based deer management: the stakeholders' perspective

Managing deer in the countryside

Managing urban deer in Connecticut

Managing white-tailed deer in suburban environments

Mismatch Between Birth Date and Vegetation Phenology Slows the Demography of Roe Deer

Predicting deer-vehicle collisions in an urban area

Preferences for wildlife management methods among the peri-urban public in Scotland

Preferences of suburban landowners for deer management techniques: a step towards better communication

Proceedings of the Future for Deer Conference, 28 & 29 March 2003

Public perceptions of wild deer management: pilot study

Roe deer population and harvest changes in Europe

Stakeholder acceptance of urban deer management techniques

The disappearance of muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi) and roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) pellet groups in a pine forest of lowland England

The dispersal of vascular plants in a forest mosaic by a guild of mammalian herbivores

The effects of varying deer density on natural regeneration in woodlands in lowland Britain

The Islip deer initiative: a strategy for stakeholder involvement in deer management

The management of roe deer in peri-urban Scotland

The management of urban populations of ungulates

Traffic collisions involving deer and other ungulates in Europe and available measures for mitigation

Urban and suburban deer management by state wildlife-conservation agencies

Urban Biodiversity: successes and challenges: human perceptions towards peri-urban deer in central Scotland

Urban Deer Awareness Day 2014: South Lanarkshire Deer Group

Urban deer: a manageable resource?

What is the future for wild, large herbivores in human-modified agricultural landscapes?