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The Science of Fear: Fluid Motion

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“Establishing and controlling alert distances is one of the most effective skills of the ‘Modern Still Hunter.” — The Urban Deer Complex The theory of fluid motion is an...

The Science of Fear: Flight Distances

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Understanding flight distances can be a tough. “For several years after moving to Southern New England I can remember calling my father up in Maine and laughing on the phone...

The Science of Fear: Urban Deer Behavior

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The science of fear – one of the most basic and important concepts of suburban deer behavior. As many of you may recall from The Urban Deer Complex, conditioning behavior is...

The Science of Fear: The Strongest Memory

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The Science of Fear series focuses on how whitetails become conditioned to fear humans. The way deer respond to the same stimuli over different locations varies widely, even...