In this week’s episode of the Deer Season 365 podcast, we’re talking with Dr. Andy Little of the University of Nebraska’s Applied Wildlife Ecology and Spatial Movement Lab about how deer react to various levels of hunting pressure. Andy conducted research in Oklahoma using GPS collars on adult bucks to see how they reacted to hunting pressure — where they went, how their behavior changed over time, and whether that changed once the hunting pressure subsided. This is a great episode for any serious deer hunter!
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