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2021 Deer Research Meeting

2021 Deer Research Meeting

Friday, March 5, 2021 | 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Virtual Event via Zoom
Registration Cost: $25 Per Person

Last day to register is Thursday, March 4, 2021

NOTE: If you are a Caesar Kleberg Partner, please contact Gina Cavazos at or 361-593-4311 to register.

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9:00 AM - Welcome (David Hewitt, CKWRI Executive Director)
9:05 AM - Can Cattle Grazing Increase Forbs Eaten by Deer? (Timothy Fulbright)
9:30 AM - 3-Minute Theses
9:39 AM - Fawn Survival and Recruitment in South Texas (Michael Cherry)
10:04 AM - 3-Minute Theses
10:13 AM - Implications of the Thermal Environment for Deer Management (Evan Tanner)
10:38 AM - 3-Minute Theses
10:47 AM - Three-Part Update on Deer and Nilgai Research to Aid in Control of Cattle Fever Ticks (Jeremy Baumgardt, Kathryn Sliwa, & Ashley Hodge)
11:12 AM - 3-Minute Theses
11:21 AM - Dietary Energy Influences Growth and Antler Size of White-tailed Deer (Levi Heffelfinger)
11:46 AM - 3-Minute Theses
11:55 AM - Nutritionally Mediated Size Differences in White-tailed Deer in the Coastal Sand Sheet (Seth Rankins)

NOTE: Timings are estimated and subject to change.
3-Minute Theses will be presented by various graduate students studying Deer Research.


Friday, March 5, 2021 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Peaceful Forest