DEERLAND features plenty of solid science, and it’s a fascinating exploration of our complex relationship with deer.  If you teach an undergraduate course in biology, botany, ecology, or wildlife management, then DEERLAND is definitely a book you’ll want to consider adding to your syllabus.  It’s especially worth considering if you teach a course in the Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management.

After reading DEERLAND, you may decide to write discussion questions specifically tailored to the needs of your students.  But to get you started, here’s a sample study guide:

 DEERLAND Study Guide

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