|Statement||prepared by the Mule Deer Working Group, Wyoming Game and Fish Department.|
|Contributions||Wyoming. Game and Fish Dept.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.U55 W955 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||2008397145|
THE MULE DEER INITIATIVE The Wyoming Mule Deer Initiative (WMDI) outlines the issues affecting deer management now and in the future, identifies appropriate goals and objectives to address mule deer management issues, and recommends strategies to improve mule deer management in Wyoming. Wyoming's Finest Mule Deer book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). Gary provided update on the Wyoming Range mule deer initiative as well as Monteith’s, WY COOP Unit, research activities as well as various studies with collared deer being conducted around the state and population assessment methodology focused primarily on sightability and cohort survivability. Decades of hunting and observing Wyoming mule deer has intertwined Eastman and mule deer. This project combines the Eastmans’ vast, historical library on mule deer going back to the 50’s and 60’s, Mike Eastman’s lifetime knowledge on mule deer migrations, and the Wyoming Migration Initiative.
The Wyoming Migration Initiative live-tweeted our recent mule deer capture work. Our hope is to engage a broader audience and make the science and work that we do more accessible. Christine Peterson at the Casper Star Tribune recently wrote an article on this effort titled: Researchers live-tweet southwest Wyoming mule deer captures. Mule Deer Foundation of Wyoming, Powell, Wyoming. 4, likes 61 talking about this. The purpose of the Mule Deer Foundation is to ensure the conservation of mule deer, black-tailed deer and their. Mule Deer Foundation Donates First $5, to Wyoming Game & Fish Commission’s New WYldlife Fund J Tuesday, Janu MDF Wyoming Regional Director Shawn Blajszczak presents a $5, check to Wyoming Game & Fish Commissioners . Source: Wyoming Migration Initiative These migration routes—and the history and science behind them—are the subject of a newly released book, “ Wild Migrations, Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates,” which was published in late October.
JACKSON, Wyo. — She did it again. That spectacular, astonishing, hard-charging mule deer just marched and munched her way more than miles on a fall migration that has scientists once again amazed. Probably wildlife biologists poo-poo the anthropomorphizing of a study subject of the genus Odocoileus hemionus known to researchers commonly as “Deer ” [ ]. Starting in , Wyoming Migration Initiative director Matt Kauffman reached out to the University of Oregon Geography Department and began developing this book. Oregon's InfoGraphics Lab cartographers Jim Meacham and Alethea Steingisser and their team are national leaders in their field, known for producing the landmark Atlas of Yellowstone. These are the highest-scoring trophy animals hunted in Wyoming, Wyoming's highest-scoring trophy animals in the Boone and Crockett record books mule deer . The Wyoming Range and the Greys River is without a doubt Wyoming’s finest trophy mule deer hunting region. The area produces more record book mule deer bucks than anywhere else in Wyoming. Lincoln County was ranked number five in the nation for record mule deer to date, and the Greys River is also in the Top Five worldwide for its trophy mule.