Searching fawns with drones

May 10, 2019
Posted in Mammals
May 10, 2019 FACE

The hunters search for fawns of roe deer just before the farmer cuts the grass. The fawns are left during the day in the high grass of a field, the hunters will spot them with a drone (possibly heat camera).

Country: Netherlands
Starting date:
Species: Roe Deer (Cervus Capreolus)
Species characteristics: Protected species
Type of actions: Management of habitats and wildlife
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