Title:  Effects of extracts of human hair on deer activity in cotton fields.
Author(s): Hudson, M. K., M. K. Causey, and K. S. Rymal.
Year: 1983
Abstract: White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virainianug) activity levels in selected Alabama cotton fields were measured by daily counts of tracks across tilled transects during July - October 1982. Fields were treated with various applications of extracts made from human hair clippings, human hair, colored political placards, and plain cotton balls. Activity levels were compared before and after selected treatments. Significant changes in activity levels occurred (P
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