Suburban Deer Behavior- The Science of Fear

The Science of Fear is a look at one of the most basic and important concepts of suburban deer behavior.
As many of you may recall from The Urban Deer Complex, conditioning behavior (suburban deer behavior) is the primary driving force behind my hunting methodology. Conditioning is a process in which repeated actions cause a learned reaction over time. In ‘The Science of Fear’ we want to heavily observe how fear develops specific suburban deer behaviors over the course of a Whitetail’s life.
A truly fascinating aspect of deer psychology, covered in ‘The Science of Fear’, is that deer have different variations of learned behaviors from the same stimuli over different locations, from as far as states away to as close as within a mile. We will tackle four major subjects on the subject of fear and how it relates to Whitetail deer behavior.
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