2) Intensive trapping just prior to and during the fawning
season (March-June) may be costly and time-consuming, but it does have promise in increasing fawn survival rates, at least on a local scale.
Scent stations, scat surveys and other methods were used to monitor predator abundance, and it was determined the number of coyotes and bobcats decreased significantly during the fawning
season following trapping (fawns are born later in that area than throughout most of the whitetails' range).
season of 2005 had higher retention of vaginal-implant transmitters.
And the most interesting form of ingratiation is one that will be familiar to Washington Monthly readers--who by definition are smart enough to see through the simpler forms of brown nosing and fawning
praise--and must therefore play the Master Game, where flattery is coated in irony and cynicism.
Habitat used by pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) during fawning
is important to fawn survival (Autenrieth 1982).
for her stomach-churning performance, acting like a sex-starved teeny-bopper on the Barbara Walters show (``20/20''), fawning
and pawing her current stud-muffin, James Brolin, both of them nauseating everyone,'' writes Jery T.
dates differ across the South, but are critical to fawn survival.
Ideally, if we were managing for wildlife and not hay, we'd try to mow after fawning
, the later in June, the better.
Portland, Oregon's Tu Fawning
may be the most extraordinary sounding band you've never heard.
Rainfall during winter preceeding fawning
season also was positively correlated with fawn:-female ratios in southern New Mexico, as well as in semidesert grasslands in Arizona, whereas effects of summer precipitation appeared to be comparatively negligible (Brown et al.
Length of the rut in fall determines the length of time for fawning
6-hectare enclosure until the end of the fawning
In years where they trapped coyotes and bobcats the months before fawning
season, fawn survival increased significantly.
Therefore, the variation in rut length can be seen by comparing fawning