Jake DeBow is the Region 1 Wildlife Biologist for New Hampshire Fish and Game where he partners with forestland owners and foresters in the North Country to incorporate wildlife habitat considerations into forest management decisions – a service that Fish and Game has been providing since the 1940s.
Jake's graduate thesis project at the University of Vermont was funded in part by Safari Club International Foundation and focused on moose mortality and recruitment in the state. Jake discusses the project and more with Tag Soup host Chip Hunnicutt, Dr. Chris Comer, Director of Conservation for SCIF and Brett Stayton, DC Communications Manager for SCI.
Vermont research study: https://safariclub.org/scif-funded-research-helps-shape-vermont-moose-hunting-regulations/
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