Scattered EHD Outbreaks Reported in 2015

Even in a mild year for EHD and bluetongue viruses, which 2015 appears to be, there are always a few dead deer to be found. The dying buck in the photo above, photographed on September 1 by Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife biologist Joe Lacefield, was found struggling to get past this fence in …

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VIDEO: 5 Tips for Better Deer Camera Surveys

A 14-day trail-camera survey can reveal tons of great information about a local deer herd that will guide you in your Quality Deer Management efforts, not to mention your hunting success. In this video, I share five tips for producing better results that I’ve learned from running my own annual surveys. Review the complete trail-camera survey …

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What I Learned From Ancient Whitetail Does

It was 1993, and Bill Clinton was sworn in as President. Jurassic Park was released. The premier issue of Quality Whitetails magazine was sent to QDMA members, and a whitetail doe was born in rural Washington County, New York. Though three of these four events likely evoke a memory or have some meaning for you, the last one stands out and …

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VIDEO: “Age This” Live!

“Age This!”, one of the most popular features of QDMA’s Quality Whitetails magazine, has now become a popular, live, interactive event at our annual National Convention. Using remote, hand-held keypads, each audience member participates by estimating the age of bucks in trail-camera photos. Meanwhile, our expert “Age This!” panelists from the magazine are on stage and …

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VIDEO: How to Hog-Proof a Trophy Rock

Feral hogs are destructive invaders that compete with whitetails and other wildlife for food while damaging habitat. They will even wallow in and ruin mineral stations, preventing deer from using them. If it’s legal to provide minerals in your location, and you have problems with feral hogs, the video below shows you how to provide …

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