Factors Affecting Whitetail Doe Dispersal

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Published on July 22, 2015 by mbredehoft

What affects doe dispersal, why does it happen, when does it happen and what effects does this movement have on your property and whitetail deer population?

Hefty questions, aren’t they? But they’re questions hunters ask and want to know about, similar to those asked and answered in the first part of this two-part series about white-tailed deer dispersal.

Did you know all does disperse and move to new areas from their birth site, but they don’t move as far as bucks do when they disperse? And that does have overlapping ranges based on socially related females?

Those are just some of the facts you’ll hear on this episode of Deer Talk Now with Dan Schmidt.

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