By: Rory Putman and Jochen Langbein
176 pages, Col photos, b/w photos, illus, tabs
In a professional life of 25 years working as a deer biologist, Professor Rory Putman has worked at one time or another with most of the British and European species of deer and with his colleague Jochen Langbein he has spent many years working on the management of deer in parks and the factors affecting fecundity and mortality among park populations of both red and fallow deer. He has undertaken the management of wild populations for profit in harvesting schemes with consideration for conservational issues and a desire to manage in a more environmentally sensitive way.
This is one of the best books on deer and their management right across the board that I have read for some time and it will be a standard to which others will aspire for some time to come Ray Collier March 2003 "It will enlighten, inform and instruct all those concerned with the welfare of deer" Countryman's Weekly March 2003
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