What is CBDM?

After writing the letter that was published in the New Paltz Times, we were forwarded information from someone who had been invited to attend a webinar on Community-Based Deer Management.

Their website describes it this way:

Community-Based Deer Management (CBDM) is a guided process for addressing deer-related problems. It focuses on careful planning, targeted actions, and measuring progress. The process is flexible, helping communities adapt their deer management plan as needs change over time.

Taking on deer management in your community can seem daunting at first. Luckily, deer are among the best-studied species of wildlife in North America. The literature on deer biology and management is vast and spans decades.

Here you will find a selection of some of the articles, documents and management guides that other communities have found most useful in shaping their deer management programs.

Then I noticed that the photo on this website was the same as the one used by the Benjamin Center to promote their “hunting discussion.”

We urge you to become aware that this is the latest tactic by hunting forces to divert attention from the gruesome business of wildlife management for sport hunting.

CLICK HERE for more from CASH COURIER NEWSLETTER, Fall 2017

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