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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques. 2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques. In 1975 only 21% of the deer harvested were does, in 2000 _______ % of the deer harvested were does. (pg. 1) A. 20 – 25% B. 30 – 35% C. 40 – 50% D. 50 – 60%. #1.

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2013 area senior whitetail deer management techniques

2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques


2013 area senior whitetail deer management techniques

2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • In 1975 only 21% of the deer harvested were does, in 2000 _______ % of the deer harvested were does. (pg. 1)

  • A. 20 – 25%

  • B. 30 – 35%

  • C. 40 – 50%

  • D. 50 – 60%

#1


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Which of the following is not a result of the deer herd size exceeding the carrying capacity of the land. (page 6)

  • A. lower recruitment.

  • B. poor antler development.

  • C. higher body weights.

  • D. lower population.

#2


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Which of the following is not an advantage to the Quality Deer Objective where hunting pressure is reduced on the buck portion of the herd to produce some older animals for the next year. (Page 8)

  • A. Very few deer seen while hunting.

  • B. Relatively large number of does in the harvest.

  • C. Bucks have good antler development and body weight.

  • D. Behavior of young bucks is observed and enjoyed.

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • What is the single most important piece of information obtainable for your deer herd. (Page 9)

  • A. The sex of the deer.

  • B. Age.

  • C. weights.

  • D. antler measurements.

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • For a Wildlife Management Area in Georgia, an antler beam length of 6 inches would only be considered in the Worst category if it were found in the ____ region of the state. (Page 14)

  • A. Mountains

  • B. Piedmont & Ridge-valley

  • C. Coastal Plain

  • D. All of the above

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • What is the average beam length for yearling bucks if you harvested 5 with beam lengths of 7, 9, 7, 6 and 6 inches long. (Page 18)

  • A. 6

  • B. 6.5

  • C. 7

  • D. 7.5

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Low doe harvest rates on some clubs combined with excessively high harvest of bucks each year, causes a steadily decreasing population in which body and antler conditions improve, the population sex ratio skews greatly toward bucks, and fawn production per doe improves. (Page 19)

  • A. True

  • B. False

#7


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Shooting all spike bucks in parts of the Mountains and Coastal Plain, would be counter- productive since virtually all of the 1 ½ year –old bucks are spikes in these areas. (Page 20)

  • A. True

  • B. False

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • QDM is the fast track to the Boone & Crockett record Book. (Page 22)

  • A. True

  • B. False

#9


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Which of the following is not a con of QDM? (Page 23).

  • A. may result in higher lease fees than otherwise would have been required.

  • B. the non-hunting public does not support trophy hunting.

  • C. Special Management may renew interest in deer hunting for some hunters.

  • D. it will reduce total buck harvest.

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Which of the following methods do hunting clubs do to improve deer habitat that does not improve habitat quality? (Page 24)

  • A. timber management practices.

  • B. installation of food plots.

  • C. fertilizing native fruit or nut-bearing tress or vines.

  • D. application of salt-mineral mixes.

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Of the following Fall Deer Food Plot Mixtures, which has a low value rank and a low cost rank? (Page 25)

  • A. Perennial Ladino Clover

  • B. Perennial Chickory

  • C. Perennial Alfalfa

  • D. Annual Ryegrass

#12


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Which of the following is difficult to establish, high maintenance, needs weevil and weed control in a Fall Deer Food Plot? (Page 25)

  • A. Perennial Alfalfa

  • B. Perennial Red clover

  • C. Annual Ryegrass

  • D. Annual Austrian Winter Peas

#13


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • As a general rule, apply 1 lb. of ______ per inch of the diameter at breast height for fruit and 2 lbs. per inch for nut bearing trees in the month of March.

  • A. 10-0-0

  • B. 5-10-5

  • C. 10-10-10

  • D. 5-5-5

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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • What are the 3 rear teeth in a deer jaw bone called? (Page 32)

  • A. Incisors

  • B. Premolars

  • C. Cusp

  • D. Molars

#15


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Age the jawbone.

#16


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Age the jawbone.

#17


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Age the jawbone.

#18


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Age the jawbone.

#19


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Age the jawbone.

#20


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Measure ______________

#21


2013 area senior whitetail deer management techniques21

2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Measure ______________

#22


2013 area senior whitetail deer management techniques22

2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Measure ______________

#23


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Measure ______________

#24


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques

  • Measure ___________________

#25


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2013 Area Senior Whitetail Deer Management Techniques Key

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