Every hunter would love to see more big bucks with trophy antlers, but is quality deer management the way to make that goal a reality?
Excursions, hunting pressure, the weather — all affect deer movement. Here’s what science says about it.
Love it or hate it, using bait for deer is more popular than ever. But is that a good thing?
Learn how the Florida panther interacts with whitetails in South Florida.
The major fawn predator east of the Mississippi River is the coyote. A number of studies have shown coyotes eat fawns — and in some areas they eat a lot of fawns.
With each passing year, deer are in danger of Chronic Wasting Disease. Even with constant research, news doesn’t seem to be getting better.
We know what deer hunters do to deal with cold weather, but what do deer do? How do they survive nasty winter weather?
Wildlife biologist and longtime deer hunter Dave Samuel explains the science behind why so many hunters are seeing fewer deer during the last few hunting seasons.