Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Krug, Alan Scott URN etd-11152013-040147 Title Evaluation of intensified rabbit management procedures on public hunting area in southcentral Virginia Degree Master of Science Department Biology Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Burd S. McGinnes Committee Chair Henry S. Mosby Committee Member Keywords
Date of Defense 1960-06-05 Availability restricted AbstractThis study, concerned with evaluation of Cottontail Rabbit
management techniques, was conducted at Camp Pickett, Virginia, a
47,000-acre deactivated military reservation. This public hunting area
is managed cooperatively by the U. S. Second Army and the Virginia
Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries.
Cottontail Rabbit populatien fluctuations were measured by roadside
counts during the summer menths. It was found that a precipitous
drop in the rabbit population occurred in mid—August. The suspected
etiology of this population drop was disease, although no research
data were collected to substantiate this theory.
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