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Cedar Creek Natural History Area (Minn.); White-tailed deer; Winter


Estimates of utilization of the Cedar Creek Natural History Area by the white-toiled deer (Odocoileus virginianus borealis) during the winters of 1963 and 1964 were mode using the deer-drive method. The 1964 estimate is considered the more realistic index of winter utilization by deer of the area because of increased efficiency of the drive, weather conditions favoring deer-drive technics, and agreement with results of pellet-count studies mode independently on the area.

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