Managing White-tailed Deer in Suburban Environments - The Cornell University Study
This paper describes the results of a study conducted by Cornell University designed to assess deer management options in suburban settings.
"An Evaluation of Deer Management Options"
This document was collectively developed by the New England Chapter of The Wildlife Society and the Northeast Deer Technical Committee. It was created in 1988 and was revised in 2009 by the Northeast Deer Technical Committee to include the latest information on the available deer management options.
Deer Hunting: An Effective Management Tool
This webpage describes how hunting is used as an effective management tool as well as answers some commonly asked questions.
Deer Hunting - A Valuable Deer Management Tool for Private Landowners&
This webpage describes how hunting can be a useful management tool for private landowners.
"The Opinions of Residents, Deer Hunters, and Landowners on Deer Management in Maryland" Volume 1 - Volume 2 - Volume 3
These collective documents are a result of surveys conducted by Responsive Management in 2007 for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources.
Suburban Deer Management Conference 2011(Scroll to the bottom of the page)
This website provides information on the conference as well as presentations and resources as they relate to suburban deer management.
Department of Natural Resources Refines Policy on Illegally Held Captive Deer
Deer Data Collection Information
Deer Damage Management Techniques
Cornell University Community Deer Adviser
Voluntary Quality Deer Management:
A Concept Worth Considering
To learn more, visit the Maryland Chapter of the Quality Deer Management Association's website:
For more information, please contact:
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Wildlife and Heritage Service
Tawes State Office Building, E-1
Annapolis, MD 21401
Toll-free in Maryland: 1-877-620-8DNR, Ext. 8540
580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis MD 21401