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1952 study trip on forests and game, conducted by the Federal Forestry, Game, and Fisheries Dept



1952 study trip on forests and game, conducted by the Federal Forestry, Game, and Fisheries Dept



Schweiz Zeitschr Forstw 103(12): 551-554



A report on inspection of damage by roe deer in several localities. Although fencing and other measures are partially effective, satisfactory control can be attained only by reducing the deer population to not more than 6-15 per 100 ha., depending on local conditions.

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