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QDMA Releases 2013 Whitetail Report

Written on: 01/30/2013 by: The Outdoor Wire        
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The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) announced on Tuesday the official release of the 2013 Whitetail Report, the most comprehensive report on the status of white-tailed deer available anywhere.

The 2013 Whitetail Report, along with previous Whitetail Reports, can be viewed as PDFs online at www.qdma.com/corporate/whitetail-report. Additionally, for the first time in the history of the Whitetail Report, anyone wishing to purchase a printed copy of the 2013 edition can do so for $10 by visiting The Shed, the official store of QDMA, at www.qdma.com/shop or by calling 800-209-3337.

Created to emphasize the critical position of whitetails as the foundation of the entire North American hunting industry, the Whitetail Report examines data from all parts of the whitetail's range to measure improvements in management of the whitetail resource and monitor threats to its future. Now in its fifth year, it is intended to be a useful resource for communicators, media members, industry leaders and hunters.

The 2013 Whitetail Report breaks down a variety of topics into four parts:

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