No, Deer Aren’t Color Blind: Understanding Deer Senses with Dr. Gino D’Angelo

In this episode of the Deer Season 365 Podcast, we are talking with Dr. Gino D’Angelo of the University of Georgia about the three key senses of a deer that keep it alive — sight, hearing and smell. Gino walks us through what research has taught us about these senses, how deer use them, and what we as hunters can do to beat those senses so we can fill our deer tags. This is a great discussion that will only further your admiration of the abilities of white-tailed deer!

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