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Title: Stream-crossing structure for deer fence
Author: Blair, Robert M.; Hays, James A.; Brunett, Louis;
Source: Journal of Wildlife Management. 27(1): 129-132
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: Stream crossings are the most vulnerable points in a deer-proof fence. When an inadequately constructed crossing washes out, enclosed deer may escape and unwanted animals enter. Structures of the type described here have withstood 2 years of frequent, severe flooding in the pine-hardwood hills of central Louisiana.
Keywords: stream crossing, deer-proof fence, techniques
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Blair, Robert M.; Hays, James A.; Brunett, Louis. 1963. Stream-crossing structure for deer fence. Journal of Wildlife Management. 27(1): 129-132.
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