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    • Drought but not population density influences dietary niche breadth in white-tailed deer in a semiarid environment 

      Folks, Donald J.; Gann, Kory; Fulbright, Timothy E.; Hewitt, David G.; DeYoung, Charles A.; Wester, David B.; Echols, Kim N.; Draeger, Don A. (Ecological Society of America, 2014-12)
      A premise in ungulate foraging theory is that animals become less selective and expand the breadth of their dietary niche as the availability of palatable forage declines with increasing herbivore population density or ...
    • Fire-mediated foraging trade-offs in white-tailed deer 

      Cherry, Michael J.; Warren, Robert J.; Conner, L. Mike (Wiley, 2017-03-14)
      Predation risk can induce individual prey to express behavioral, physiological, and morphological traits that can influence population-level processes. Maternal care is an intuitive link between predator-mediated traits ...