Habitat and Herd Improvement

Understanding Social Distancing For Better Deer Hunting

Deer Social Distancing

Deer Social Distancing

In a time of mandated social distancing for humans and hunters alike, it is important to understand how whitetails have been practicing social distance since their existence. Various dominant doe family groups do not like to interact with subordinate doe family groups, mature bucks like to find their low stress happy place and young bucks find themselves often caught in the higher stress zones between doe family groups and mature bucks. Whether you hunt private or public land, you need to understand the concept of deer herd social distancing for creating better deer hunting opportunitities this Fall.


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