This problem analysis deals specifically with the ways that intensive forestry treatments modify the manner in which Columbian black-tailed deer select, use, and respond to various habitats. The objectives are (1) to define the problems associated with interactions between deer and intensive forestry, (2) to review present knowledge about the problem and to identify information gaps related to it, (3) to identify research topics, (4) to suggest priorities for research, and (5) to recommend approaches to high priority topics.
McNay, R.S., Davies, R.. 1985. Interactions Between Black-tailed Deer and Intensive Forest Management: Problem Analysis (Also printed as IWIFR-22). Ministry of Environment. Wildlife Bulletin. B38