Ask QDMA: How to Improve Fawning Habitat


Good fawning cover is critical to keeping a young fawn hidden from predatorsJoey Belmont recently contacted us through Ask QDMA with this great question: “I have 100 acres in Alabama and would like to improve my fawning habitat. What provides the best cover for fawns?”

Brian Grossman, a wildlife biologist and QDMA’s Communications Manager, supplied an answer for Joey in the video shown below. Brian shares how providing early successional habitat in both open and forested areas will not only result in great fawning habitat, but it will provide security and forage for the deer, as well.

How Can I Improve My Fawning Cover? AskQDMAIn this #AskQDMA video, Brian Grossman answers a question from Joey Belmont of Alabama about how to improve the fawning cover on his 100-acre property.

Posted by The Quality Deer Management Association on Thursday, September 15, 2016


 

  • Osceola

    Never mind. I got it. I was looking for something about fawning cover. Now I see the video regarding “Early Successional Cover”.

  • Osceola

    I’m interested in this video, but I don’t see any links to view it. Am I missing something or is there a website issue?