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Upper Squamish and Elaho Landscape Units TFL38 Black-tailed Deer Management Plan Freeman, Shaun
2002
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Abstract: Using survey data obtained on Columbian Black-tailed deer (O.h.columbianus) within the Upper Squamish and Upper Elaho Landscape Units under Tree Farm Licence (TFL) 38, the author provides detailed recommendations on the minimum habitat necessary for the winter survival of deer in this management plan. After investigating the Timber Harvesting Land Base, it was found, within the 16 DMUs of TFL 38, that 664.2 ha are ‘Classic’ DMU, with topography and vegetation sufficient to sustain deer through severe winter conditions. The 'Classic' Habitat Unit has the least opportunity for forest development, and thus has the greatest potential to impact the timber supply. It represents approximately 1.8% of the area of the Timber Harvesting Land Base (THLB) and can be considered the maximum impact from deer management
 
Freeman, Shaun. 2002. Upper Squamish and Elaho Landscape Units TFL38 Black-tailed Deer Management Plan. Ministry of Sustainable Resource Management; Forest Renewal BC
 
Topic: Conservation + Mgmt (Wildlife, Fish, Plant)
Keywords: Squamish, Elaho, Black-Tailed Deer, Deer Management, British Columbia
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Odocoileus hemionus
ISBN:  English Name: Mule Deer
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