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Wrong Christopher Rosenberry?

Dr. Christopher Rosenberry S.

Deer Management Section Supervisor

Pennsylvania Game Commission

HQ Phone: (717) 787-4250

Pennsylvania Game Commission

2001 Elmerton Avenue

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110

United States

Company Description

The Pennsylvania Game Commission manages more than 35 percent of all public lands in Pennsylvania and is not subject to any state or legislative oversight. Bill 2181 would place the PGC under the Regulatory Review Act of Pennsylvania. The act ensures that... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Lead Biologist On the Deer Team

Bureau of Wildlife Management Cal DuBrock

Deer Management Supervisor

Piccola

Research Position

Delaware State University

Teaching Position

West Chester University

Affiliations

Member
National Honor Society

Education



West Perry High School

Ph.D.

bachelor's of science
biology
Juniata College

doctorate
zoology
North Carolina State University

Web References (199 Total References)


According to Christopher ...

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According to Christopher Rosenberry, supervisor of deer and elk management with the Pennsylvania Game Commission, deer snacking like the kind that wipes out Ray's apple harvest is normal behavior, and it presents a danger to the entire forest.

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According to Rosenberry, studying deer movements isn't only crucial to species-specific management, it's also necessary for a better understanding of forest management in general. "One of our goals is to maintain deer populations at levels where forest habitat is sustainable. And that's important not only from a deer standpoint - because the forest provides a habitat for deer - but for many other wildlife species, plant species and recreation." For Rosenberry, studying this relationship is an important step in preserving forests for future generations. "When we look at a forest, a lot of times we just see the big trees," Rosenberry said.


ACSLPA - PGC/QDMA Accusations

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This was the reason that quantitative, scientific management methods for determining deer densities and actual herd size were discarded by Christopher Rosenberry and his supervisor, Calvin DuBrock, and replaced with their current subjective and value-laden method that offers no accountability for reducing the herd to any level.

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Given that the PGC/QDMA now wish to include mining areas and virtually all unhuntable suburban and urban areas into their calculations in an attempt to discredit my determination that a density of 48 dpsm on all forested lands would be required to provide enough deer to harvest PGC's claim of 316,240 deer, I will refer to Christopher Rosenberry's Deer Management Plan (2009-2018). Therein, it is quoted under the heading "Forest-Based Deer Management":
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The reality is that the PGC and its Deer Supervisor, Christopher Rosenberry, have no idea as to the number and density of deer that exist in the Commonwealth. Whether this is due to incompetence or deception is left to be determined by others. When asked repeatedly by sportsmen and members of their own Board of Commissioners if there could be 1.2 million deer in the state, Christopher Rosenberry has responded, "Maybe! When asked about the density of deer, he has responded, "It doesn't matter."
Quoting from the PGC's Deer Management Plan (2009-2018), as authored by Christopher Rosenberry and reviewed and approved by Calvin DuBrock and Carl Roe: "With adoption of the 2003-2007 deer management plan, the method of defining deer management goals changed.


"In both of those time periods, ...

www.metlifeyourlife.com [cached]

"In both of those time periods, the social environment for deer is changing," says Dr. Chris Rosenberry of the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

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"Deer are unpredictable, just like the squirrels on the road," says Rosenberry.
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"It's a knee-jerk reaction, but I would not recommend it," says Rosenberry.
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"If the animal is still alive, be very careful," says Rosenberry, whose family has had five accidents involving deer.


According to Christopher ...

centralpaforest.blogspot.com [cached]

According to Christopher Rosenberry, supervisor of deer and elk management with the Pennsylvania Game Commission, deer snacking like the kind that wipes out Ray's apple harvest is normal behavior, and it presents a danger to the entire forest.

...
According to Rosenberry, studying deer movements isn't only crucial to species-specific management, it's also necessary for a better understanding of forest management in general. "One of our goals is to maintain deer populations at levels where forest habitat is sustainable. And that's important not only from a deer standpoint - because the forest provides a habitat for deer - but for many other wildlife species, plant species and recreation." For Rosenberry, studying this relationship is an important step in preserving forests for future generations. "When we look at a forest, a lot of times we just see the big trees," Rosenberry said.


"We even have heard that some ...

www.lancasterfarming.com [cached]

"We even have heard that some hunters notice that deer appear to become nocturnal during the early muzzleloader season in October," said Chris Rosenberry, supervisor of the Deer and Elk Section of the Game Commission.

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