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View Resource Fish and Wildlife Habitat Management Leaflets

This Natural Resource Conservation Service site is sponsored by their Wildlife Habitat Management Institute. Over 20 different PDF files on birds, mammals, insects, fish, and general wildlife...
View Resource Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program (WHIP)

This Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) site provides general information on this program with a fact sheet, questions & answers, program description, key points, and federal regulation. ...
View Resource Wildlife Habitat Management on the Northern Prairie Landscape

This Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center site contains sections including: introduction, the prairie pothole region, setting objectives for wildlife management, information tools available,...
View Resource Deer Data Collection - Aging Whitetail Deer

The site contains detailed photos of the jaws of different aged whitetail deer. There is a section that defines the common technical terms used to identify different parts of a deer's tooth. A...
View Resource Deer Hunters Guide for Aging and Jawbone Removal

This is a four-page PDF file that is provided by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. It gives good information on tooth replacement and wear of teeth in white-tailed deer that can be...
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