Small Scale, Bow-Range Burning for Better Deer Hunting With Dr. Disturbance

In this week’s episode of the Deer Season 365 podcast, we are talking with Dr. Marcus Lashley of the University of Florida Deer Lab about how small scale fires — or bow-range burning as he often refers to it — can improve habitat for white-tailed deer and improve your odds of deer hunting success in the process. Learn all about the how and why of small-scale burning in this informative episode!

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