The Buck Stops Here
White-tailed deer were once so rare that their sightings merited newspaper headlines. These days, "there's no woody plant between my ankle and chest," says Todd Bittner, director of the Plantations' natural areas. With developments encroaching into what were once woodlands, humans and deer come into constant conflict. At Cornell, researchers are attacking the deer management problem head-on. Read more about this program and Plantations role in the recent issue of Cornells Alumni Magazine, "The Buck Stops Here"