Irish deer and forest relations.
Keywords: Deer, the Normans, Wicklow, Europe, using of teeth, forester, damage.
AbstractFew of those who have any knowledge of deer will have failed to notice that these animals have increased in numbers considerably within the last fifteen years or so, on the mountains and uplands and even: in the plains of this country. The forester has good reason to know this but were he to reflect would he, it is wondered, include himself as one of the contributory causes of this increase? ...
How to Cite
Mooney, O. (1952). Irish deer and forest relations. Irish Forestry. Retrieved from https://journal.societyofirishforesters.ie/index.php/forestry/article/view/8745