National Deer Association Deer Season 365
Dr. Gino D’Angelo speaks about the three key senses of a deer that keep it alive — sight, hearing and smell. Gino explains what research has taught us about these senses, how deer use them, and what we as hunters can do to beat those senses so we can fill our deer tags. This is a great discussion that will only further your admiration of the abilities of white-tailed deer!
National Deer Association Beer and Deer Webinar
Dr. Gino D'Angelo described the changing face of wildlife professionals, with fewer students coming from rural farm communities and more from urban centers. He stressed the value in the unique perspectives and skill sets contributed by a diversity of students. In addition, he provided direct insight into the backgrounds and skills of his current graduate students, and information about real-world application of their research projects.
Fire University: Episode 13
Fire University is a science-based podcast covering the latest research in fire ecology and how it relates to management of wildlife and plant communities.
Dr. Marcus Lashley hosted an informative discussion with Dr. Michael Cherry of the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute and Marcelo Jorge, PhD Student in the UGA Deer Lab.
Whitetail Guru Hunting Podcast #39 (August 2019)
Dr. Gino D'Angelo spoke with host about deer ecology and hunting on wildlife management areas (WMA) in the Chattahoochee National Forest of North Georgia. He explained his current Georgia Department of Natural Resources-funded research, which was designed to expain why the deer populations on these public lands have declined during the past 30 years.
Whitetail Guru Hunting Podcast #15 (August 2018)
Cheyenne Yates spoke with host about her graduate research project and fawn mortality on Blue Ridge and Cooper's Creek Wildlife Management Areas in the Chattahoochee National Forest of North Georgia.
Informative conversations with Joe Hamilton and Brian Murphy of QDMA and Dr. Karl V. Miller.