On September 20, 2008, several members of the Chalk Mountain Wildlife Management Association went
and visited the Kerr Wildlife Management Area in Kerrville, Texas. We had an initial classroom lecture,
explaining the various projects and methods use to study White Tail Deer, specifically in their antler growth.
After a break for a catered barbecue lunch, we then toured the facility and had some outdoor lectures
about their land management practices. From there we were allowed to see the results of some of the
genetic and breeding programs used. To use the term "trophy deer" would not accurately describe it.
Lunch on the veranda
Get a sense of the antlers!
They were checking us out as well!
Trophy Buck!
Kerr Wildlife Management Area Trip
Chalk Mountain Wildlife Management Association
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Wall of antler specimens
Lecture out on property