From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries
-- A white-tailed deer seminar will recap several important programs and studies from the past hunting season July 22 at the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) headquarters, 2000 Quail Drive in Baton Rouge.
The seminar from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. is co-sponsored by the Quality Deer Management Association's (QDMA) South Louisiana Branch, LDWF and the LSU AgCenter Research and Extension.
The public is invited to attend and advised to register for the free seminar by calling Tammy Bosch at (225)291-7500. Seating is limited.
Dr. Mike Chamberlain, associate professor at the LSU School of Renewable Natural Resources, will speak on results and issues associated with the 2008-9 Deer Tagging and Validation Program. Justin Thayer, wildlife biologist, will make a final report on the South Louisiana white-tailed deer telemetry study. Also speaking will be Scott Longman, assistant administrator; Scott Durham, deer program leader; Lt. Col. Keith LaCaze, enforcement division, all from the LDWF, and David Moreland, of Outdoor Roots.