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Let's not forget that it's usually better to over harvest than under harvest does. Deer are very prolific and populations recover quickly, whereas once your habitat is degraded it's usually a long drawn out process to get it back to where it should be.

While I agree with NorthJeff in generall, I'd want to qualify that with if you're going to err, then err on the side of protecting the habitat. And remember that regardless of how far north or south you go, habitat can be significantly impacted from one year to the next depending on weather conditions. Accordingly, be careful when determining your carrying capacity.
 
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