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Deer of the Southwest Paperback – September 8, 2006
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The work includes 9 chapters treating the taxonomy of the deer, their historical perspectives (including the evolution of the family in America), physical characters (especially those which let people distinguish the two species), their antlers in particular (their shape, variation, and main anomalies), animals' requirements in water and food, their density, home range, and movements, their reproduction, their mortality, and finally, their management.
The book marks an important step in the understanding American wildlife and makes its author as one of the most authoritative specialist on knowledge and management of deer in the America's Southwestern.
Its style is easy and pleasant and the book can be easily read by the scientist as well as all non specialist. Wildlife management agents, university teachers and researchers, people found of wildlife of simple curious in natural history can found here a lot of interesting knowledge and information about this subject.
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Very scientific and informative, yet easy to read. My dad borrowed it and loved it too.Published 2 months ago by J Petty
Excellent text with detailed information. Good illustrations and very complete references. The author knows his topic. I definitely would recommend this book to any hunter.Published on November 18, 2013 by Steven B