'Dr. Deer' Addresses Sportsmen on CWD and Herd Culling


Courtesy of Richard Tate

Morrisons Cove Herald correspondent Richard Tate (left) talks with Dr. James Kroll prior to his seminar on chronic wasting disease Saturday, July 18, at the Hollidaysburg Area Junior High School. Kroll is known as "Dr. Deer" because of his extensive research and deer management fields.

On Saturday, July 13, Dr. James Kroll presented a seminar about deer and chronic wasting disease to more than 100 sportsmen at the Hollidaysburg Middle School auditorium.

Kroll is known as "Dr. Deer" because of his extensive work in the deer research and deer management fields. Kroll's credentials include being professor emeritus at the Institute of Whitetail Deer and Management, at the Arthur Temple College of Forest and Agriculture at Stephen F. Austin University, and being a PhD. graduate of Texas A&M University.

His focus has centered on habitat management techniques and whitetail res...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments(0)


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2020

Rendered 05/05/2021 07:05