Long-term trends in deer abundance provide one measure of assessing
their potential as a problem for a park. Documenting long-term
patterns in deer numbers allows one to evaluate correlations with
changes in vegetation (e.g., through restoration of the cultural
landscape). With this information resource managers can more
effectively identify and potentially mitigate damage caused to
vegetation communities and endangered plant populations by deer.
Monitoring data also helps managers assess safety risks from
collisions and disease transmission. Long-term monitoring of deer
numbers is critical in evaluating any population control measures a
park may implement.
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