Texas Deer Study Group Meets May 11-12 In Llano
May 1, 2017
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Texas Deer Study Group Meets May 11-12 In Llano

Texas Deer Study Group workshop to cover many topics

The Texas Deer Study Group will convene May 11-12 at the Kuykendall Events Center, 2200 RR 152, in Llano. This year’s event will focus on “Land Stewardship: The Basis for Good Deer Management.” Everyone with an interest in deer and deer management is encouraged to attend.

The program starts at 8 a.m. the first day with a wide array of topics, including:
• Land Stewardship and Deer Management
• Brush Management for Deer
• Prescribed Burning and Habitat Management
• Deer Nutrition
• Deer Energetics
• What a Deer Eats and Why

After that, the first day will also cover:
• History of Deer Management in the Hill Country
• Harvest Strategies, Effectiveness of Survey Techniques
• How Deer Populations Impact Other Wildlife Species
• Native Genetics and Quality
• News about changes to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Managed Lands Deer Program
• Chronic Wasting Disease
• Speaker Panel Discussion

On day two, the group will meet at a local ranch for a half-day of presentations covering getting to know your deer, habitat management techniques and native vegetation. Sponsorship will be available for businesses and individuals to support the event.

Early registration is $45 until May 4 and $60 after that date. Anyone can register online or get more information via the Texas Wildlife Association website, or contact Clint Faas at [email protected]



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