2 edition of Deer and their management in the deer parks of Great Britain and Ireland. found in the catalog.
Deer and their management in the deer parks of Great Britain and Ireland.
G. Kenneth Whitehead
|LC Classifications||QL737 U5 W45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||370|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whitehead, G. Kenneth (George Kenneth), Deer and their management in the deer parks of Great Britain and Ireland.
Paul L. Errington, "Deer and Their Management in the Deer Parks of Great Britain and Ireland. Kenneth Whitehead," The Quarterly Review of Biol no. 2 (Jun., ): Wild Deer Ireland. 21, likes 1, talking about this. Since its establishment Wild Deer Ireland has grown to become the largest social media page 5/5.
Ireland's Ancient Deer. January ; In book: Deer (pp) modern red deer from Ireland, Britain, There is great uncertainty about how Ireland attained its current fauna and flora. The increase of deer in Ireland, their damage to trees and arable crops, the lack of national management policy: all this has been a long-running and often contentious : Michael Viney.
N o one owns Britain’s red deer. But if you own the land they live on – or graze from, shelter in, pass through – then you assume responsibility for their : Cal Flyn. The high price Ireland pays for too many wild deer Unless we implement a strategy to manage our wild deer, they will ruin our native forests – and themselves Sat,Title.
Some account of English deer parks, with notes on the management of deer, By. Shirley, Evelyn Philip, Type. Book Material. Shooting of deer in Ireland has not been focused on management and there has been no emphasis on female culling -- an essential part of any programme to reduce their numbers.
Whitehead GK () The Deer of Great Britain and Ireland: An Account of Their History, Status and Distribution. Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, UK.