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Deer study group to meet

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COLUMBUS -- The Texas Deer Study Group will convene Thursday and Friday, April 10-11, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Columbus. This year’s event will focus on “Great Expectations: Optimizing Deer Management in the Post Oak Savanna and Gulf-Coast Prairies.”

The program will consist of a full day of presentations on the 10th covering a wide array of topics, including a history of management and habitat changes in the area, breeding chronology and buck movement, harvest strategies, an overview of research, and a point-counterpoint discussing important management concerns. On the 11th, the group will meet at a local ranch for a half-day of presentations covering getting to know your deer, habitat management techniques, and native and introduced vegetation.

Everyone with an interest in deer and deer management is encouraged to attend. Sponsorship and vendor opportunities will be available for businesses and individuals to support the event. Early registration is $75 and the deadline is March 31. Late registration will be $100.

For more information, or to sign up, visit the Texas Wildlife Association website at www.texas-wildlife.org or email Clint Faas at cfaas@texas-wildlife.org.

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