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Mule deer mortality on Interstate 80 in Wyoming
Gregory A. Goodwin
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Fort Collins, Colo.]
Written in English
|Statement||Gregory A. Goodwin and A. Lorin Ward.|
|Series||Research note RM -- 332., USDA Forest Service research note RM -- 332., Research note RM -- 332.|
|Contributions||Ward, A. Lorin., Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.), United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. :|
Deer Mortality Survey Results Wyoming Range mule deer mortality was normal to below normal by Wyoming Game & Fish J This year mule deer in the Wyoming Range faired better than last year, according to recent mortality surveys conducted by . In response to public concerns about mule deer populations in the Wyoming Range, black bear mortality limits in the Greys River hunt areas were increased significantly for the – harvest cycle. The increase coincides with an ongoing study of mule deer neonate mortality beginning in the spring of
The mule deer herd is the largest in Wyoming, stretching from Interstate 80 to the Snake River Canyon, and in the past has ranged f to 50, animals. During a two-year radio-collar study that started in , Fralick said, researchers documented deer from the Cokeville area that migrated to summer ranges in the Greys River Range, the. The Mule Deer Foundation is a (c)3 non-profit wildlife Conservation organization headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. The mission of the Mule Deer Foundation is to ensure the conservation of mule deer, black-tailed deer and their habitat.
With the wrath of the worst winter in nearly 40 years finally behind us, the Wyoming deer herd has suffered tremendously, particularly on the Western side of the regions of G, H and K have taken the brunt of the winter losses. Along with that historic limited quota go to areas for many such as , /, and // have seen very serious winter losses for their mule deer. Overall for the winter and early spring, mule deer winter mortality in the Wyoming Range Mule Deer Herd was below normal and was significantly less than the winter of
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Get this from a library. Mule deer mortality on Interstate 80 in Wyoming: causes, patterns, and recommendations. [Gregory A Goodwin; A Lorin Ward; Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Fort Collins, Colo.); United States. Forest Service.]. The project is another piece in a larger state effort to assist migrating mule deer across many busy highways in Wyoming through the construction of a.
Wyoming's Finest Mule Deer [Long, David, Mansor, Scott, Lacey, Chris] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wyoming's Finest Mule Deer5/5(2). Past studies of Wyoming’s migration routes have led to advances in wildlife management.
A particularly good example is the study of the Wyoming Range mule deer migrating through Nugget Canyon. For many years, the deer in the herd faced a significant death toll while crossing the highway between Kemmerer and Cokeville in far western Wyoming.
Wyoming Deer: Aboutdeer in An estimated population ofdeer inup fromin The population was trending higher after three mild winters intobut a very harsh winter for west of the continental divide resulted in very low fawn survival. Wyoming Migration Initiative's fundraising model profiled in High Country News.
Natural resources reporter Angus Thuermer profiled the many mule deer studies conducted by the Wyoming Migration Initiative and the Wyoming Cooperative Game and Fish Research Unit, with an emphasis on the outreach and private-public partnerships that fund our research.
Deer Hunting in Wyoming Hunt Area 80 - Spring Creek Beginning at the Continental Divide on Wyoming Highway 70; northerly along said divide to the Rawlins-Sandstone Road; northerly along said road to Sage Creek; northeasterly down said creek to the North Platte River; southerly up said river to the town of34%.
MULE DEER INITIATIVE History and Current Status:History and Current Status: Wyoming Range Mule Deer Herd. Winter Deer Mortality:,08 WYOMING RANGE MULE DEER HERD - 80 90 FAWNS DOES 60 70 40 The Wyoming Range Mule Deer Herd survey (near Cokeville, Wyo.) will take place Saturday, May 4.
Volunteers will meet at 9am at the Stateline gravel pit, three miles southwest of Sage Junction on US Highways 30/ The Uinta Mule Deer Herd survey (Interstate 80 Leroy Exit, east of Evanston, Wyo.) will take place Saturday, May the mule deer of wyoming Paperback – January 1, by n/a (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $ Author: n/a. Wilderness Area Info. Wyoming state law requires nonresidents to hunt with a resident guide in designated wilderness areas. This does not mean the entire Hunt Area, only within the boundaries of the wilderness area.
The resident guide does not have to be a professional; a Wyoming resident who holds a big game or trophy game hunting license is able to obtain a Resident Guide License to guide.
There is plenty of public access in 78 and 79 for sure. Area 80 is the only one with questionable access. The wilderness areas in these units are small so there is plenty of forest service and blm ground that you can hunt. It may be tough to find areas to pack into to get away from roads.
There are a lot of roads. A total of 70 mule deer fawns born in the summer of were tracked by the Wyoming Range Mule Deer Project, according to information provided by the Muley Fanatic Foundation. Out of the 70 tracked fawns, only one survived through the winter as of March 5, This equates to a 99% mortality rate of fawns.
Wyoming Finest Mule Deer is truly a mule deer lovers book. pages with over photos, including chapters on B&C Deer, P&Y Deer, scoring, poaching, shed antlers and unofficial B&C Deer. Includes pictures of the mount (and sometimes the hunter as well), detailed Boone and Crockett measurements and the hunter's story of the hunt.5/5(1).
Wyoming researchers are in the second phase of a multi-year study to determine why mule deer numbers are on a rapid decline. Lead by University of Wyoming research professor Keith Monteith, the Wyoming Range Mule Deer Project is looking specifically at fawn survival rates across the Wyoming Range in an attempt to understand the role that predators may play in fawn mortality and mule deer.
Luckily for the animals, a pound deer does a decent amount of damage to a car at 60 miles per hour, and because so many cars hit mule deer Author: J. Weston Phippen. According to the Wyoming Game & Fish Department, several improvement projects have been approved that will affect thousands of acres of mule deer, antelope and elk habitat in Wyoming.
The projects are funded through partnerships with the Mule Deer Foundation, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and other conservation organizations. I W, Elk Mountain, WY west of hwy 72 - been in standstill traffic for over 30 minutes; semi off the road on eastbound side, semi off the road also on westbound side, third semi headed east on westbound right shoulder; heavy wreckers, salt trucks, Read More.
What a start it has been to our fall hunting season in Wyoming. Pronghorn hunting began with a bang when one of our clients took a beautiful record book antelope on opening day of rifle season.
Plus, clients have already taken some outstanding black bears, mule deer and elk. DEER BREAKS RECORD FOR LONGEST MULEY MIGRATION IN AMERICA We’re really excited about the discovery of mule deer ’s record-breaking mile migration from Wyoming over the Tetons to Idaho.
We put together this video animation so you can see for yourself how her migration unfolded through two states, and parts of Grand Teton National Park. Figure 2.
Causes of mortality for adult radio-collared mule deer in south central Oregon (October ) (n= mortalities). Figure 1. Distribution of radio-collared mule deer based on capture location among south central Oregon wildlife management units ().File Size: KB.On Febru the mounted nontypical mule deer buck was delivered to the WGFD Forensic Laboratory for species and gender identification due to the claims it was a whitetail/mule deer hybrid.
A month later on Ma the forensic laboratory confirmed the deer was a mule deer.Book chronicles history of mule deer hunts in West October 3, Wyoming Deer, Wildlife to Likely Struggle Through Winter January 2, Wyoming Drought and rain may impact hunting season depending on the area Aug Wyoming.