Mike and Adam chat with Dr. Duane Diefenbach, an adjunct professor of wildlife ecology at Penn State and a leader of the PA Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit. They we also joined by Jon Livingston, co-founder of Deerlab trail camera monitoring software. Dr Diefenbach shares his findings from a GPS study done on whitetail deer on high pressure Pennsylvania public land. Jon talks about DeerLab, trail camera strategies, and an awesome Idaho elk hunt.

What We Learn In This Episode:

  • Big News About an Upcoming Show
  • QDMA DeerCon17 Discussion
  • How Deer Survive on Heavily Pressured Public Land
  • The Best Way to Hunt Those Deer
  • How Did Jon’s First Elk Hunt Go Down
  • Best Features on Trail Cameras
  • Tips on Trail Camera Placement
  • How Does DeerLab Work

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Show notes, resources, links:

Dr. Duane Diefenbach- Adjunct Professor of Wildlife Ecology Leader, PA Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit

Email: drd11@psu.edu

PSU Deer-Forest Study

Twitter- @WTDresearch

PSU Deer Blog- http://ecosystems.psu.edu/research/projects/deer/webinars

Blog posts regarding the study discussed on the podcast

Jon Livingston- Co-founder DeerLab

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Posted by Mike Higman