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  • Middle School Students Learn Ophthalmology Through Cow Eye Dissection

    12/21/14 ,via TWC News

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    Photo provided by KIRK RHINEHARTA refuge giantWhen Garret Rhinehart and his dad, Kirk, were drawn for a Thanksgiving week youth lottery hunt on the Lake Ophelia National Wildlife Refuge, he couldn't have known that he would take the biggest buck 

  • Keep safety first during the hunting season

    Research has suggested that deer are color blind and are most likely to see movement. Hunters who want to be undetected by deer should consider their scent first. Products are available to help cover or neutralize human smells. Many hunters still use a 

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Books

  • Exploring the Outdoors with Indian Secrets

    Stackpole Books. 1982. ISBN: 0811721833,9780811721837. 223 pages.

    Indian secrets on tracking through forest growth, stalking wildlife, and seeing without being seen.

  • Deer of the Southwest

    Texas A&M University Press. 2014. ISBN: 1585445150,9781585445158. 282 pages.

    Wildlife biologist Jim Heffelfinger has combed scientific literature, researched historical archives, rousted researchers out of retirement, & badgered other deer biologists for information to create this comprehensive reference on mule deer & white-tailed deer in the North American Southwest.

  • Deer Hunting

    Stackpole Books. 2011. ISBN: 9780811744881,0811744884. 438 pages.

    Smith provides an experienced hunter's take on different methods of deer management in this revised and expanded hunting guide includes five all-new chapters on preseason scouting, stand hunting, stillhunting, drives, and tracking, advice on weapons, clothing, calls, cameras, and other equipment, and the latest information on chronic wasting disease, bovine TB, and other diseases that affect deer.


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Are Deer Completely Color-blind? - Buckmasters - The ...

QUESTION: Are deer completely color-blind? I've always been told they are, but I read comments in the July 29, 2013 Ask the Biologist about deer in the headlights and ...

Are Deers color blind? | Field & Stream - Hunting, Fishing ...

I want to introduce myself as an not experience deer hunter but an experience guenea hen,wild ducks etc hunter in the carribeans.I may have quit a few questions on ...

What animals are color blind - Answers.com

Some animals are color blind... Just some can see some certain colors, like a horse can see blue's and greens, deer can see yellows and greens..etc...

DNR - White-tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus)

General Information. White-tailed deer are the smallest of the three members of the deer family found in Michigan, the others being elk and moose.

Are deer color blind? - Yahoo Answers

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