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No matter the business undertaking one gets involved in, or the new house you want to build, or the course you want to study – if you do not have proper plans in place, success is seldom guaranteed.
This is true, too, for the landowner that makes leases for hunting opportunities available to the public, and even if he/she wants to limit hunting on their lands to themselves and their family and/or friends, the same applies. Proper management plans must be in place to ensure you raise quality herds of buck such as, say, white-tailed deer, or whatever animals are to be hunted on your land.
Proper management systems, ideally, require the input of wildlife conservationists and well-experienced biologists that understand every principle to help set up a plan for deer and other prey that hunters are after to be hunted. Good hunting does not happen by chance – all systems need to be in place and every factor has to be considered such as, for example, the best habitat that is used and increased (where applicable) wisely, as well as issues such as bag limits.
These, and other factors, form part of a responsible ...
... wildlife and deer management plan and program. These days such plans are normally referred to as quality deer management (QDM). Many landowners throughout those states where, for example, white-tailed deer are a popular species, get involved in conservation by employing the services of wildlife conservation services and management consultants.
These people often work together with and support all efforts of landowners (and those hunting clubs that owners offer hunting leases to) to ensure that herds are offered the best habitat where they can thrive. In the end, everyone benefits: the hunter is given the best lease, the owner can market such leases and the consultant is assured of a fee and ongoing involvement so that the region becomes known in the greater scheme of things as a preferred destination for hunters.
In terms of deer management, it is mentioned that various issues are to be considered for maximum success, for example achieving a balance in the age structure of the herd; this may mean having to allow the buck to reach at least, say, 3 and a half years before harvesting is allowed, to protect young buck. This may, of course, differ from state to state and region to region: the consultancy and their biologists will advise accordingly, their advice based on scientifically proven data and information.
In addition to age structure, it is important to look at deer density, i.e., the size of the population in an area, sex ratio (how many bucks and how many does), condition of the habitat, and whatever the landowner’s goals are. When the mentioned factors are considered, the management plan has a good chance at success, which is to offer hunters healthy deer herds for the hunt.
Well-controlled and managed deer hunting clubs with a good lease get involved too by making sure they help protect young bucks by allowing them to survive until they are mature and a new generation can be raised for ongoing quality; they will also get involved in collecting data and records on the deer they observe and harvest in an area as part of the QDM program.
It is important to remember that all hunting areas have their limitations regarding the quality of the habitat and food sources, availability of water, other uses of the land, such as timber production, for example. But, with good QDM in place conservationists, landowners, and leaseholders can indeed come up with a plan that everyone benefits from, as such plans aim to produce healthy herds to be hunted.
To be sure that a QDM plan is in place, the landowner, their wildlife biologist and hunting club(s) will have to consider the above-mentioned issues that include age structure and sex ratio, forage, and water in the habitat, and keeping of records and data. Successful hunting depends largely on QDM.
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At Westervelt Wildlife we manage more than 600, 000 acres of hunting leases across a few states in the southeast of the United States in conjunction with our main activity, which is timber production. Our expertise allows us to manage our activities to incorporate good management capabilities with high-quality wildlife practices and excellent hunting opportunities for the enthusiast. We have been known for many years for the hunting leases we offer and the wildlife services that we believe form the backbone of proper, responsible hunting activities. We are proud of our history and the ethical behavior we are known for in terms of the land and wildlife that we are responsible for. For more about us, please visit https://westerveltwildlife.com/.

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