Have you ever wished you understood White-tail Deer behavior better, particularly bucks? Would you like to know more about managing the white-tail on your place? If so, come to the Cat Spring Wildlife Management Association and Wildlife Habitat Federation meeting in Cat Spring on Saturday, February 27, 2010.
But before going to the hall, in our morning segment at 10 AM you will see a prescribed burn demonstration (weather permitting). Some 2 miles west of Cat Spring at the corner of Newberg and Schwanbeck roads (1 mile south of the big tower on 1094) we will burn an excellent tract of native grasses and flowering plants. Historically Mother Nature has used burns to great effect to rejuvenate soils and plants. Later we humans took over the job in settled areas (sometimes). Come see how it is done -- many will find it thrilling as well as very informative. And we have a feeling that after the demo, members will be interested in seeing the propertyís wildlife, eg, quail, dove, rabbits, and vegetation respond to the burn.
By 12 noon we will join up again at the Cat Spring Agriculture Hall, FM 1094 near FM 949, for a barbecue lunch. The suggested lunch donation is $10/person.
Starting at 1 PM a very special guest presenter Dr. Mark Connor, a nationally renowned expert on population ecology in White-tail deer, will provide a two-part presentation. An overview of deer management will be followed by a presentation on this intriguing animalís behavior. Dr. Connorís research findings and presentation will prove to be meaningful, of course, but we think you will be very surprised and entertained as well.
Call in your reservations to Bob Moore at (979) 992 3470 (ranch), (713) 825 6112 cell, or email email@example.com.
News Release -- Cat Spring Wildlife Management Association/Wildlife Habitat Federation
G. W. (Bill) Bone
(979) 478 7347
(979) 877 9574 cell
White-tail Deer behavior
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