3rd Sunday Program: Deer Population Study


The museum’s 3rd Sunday educational program series continues on November 20th, 2016, with Soup to Nuts: A Deer-Forest Study Thanksgiving. Admission to the event has been sponsored by Susquehannock State Forest and the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum Associates, and is FREE to the public. Those interested in touring the museum exhibits either before or after the program presentation at 1 Pm can do so for the discounted rate of $3.00 per person. This program will cover everything from deer travels to vegetation; side dishes to a main course which features the holiday guest of honor. A perfect way to kick-off the start of rifle season in Pennsylvania!

The deer forest study is a cooperative research project involving the Pennsylvania Game Commission, DCNR Bureau of Forestry, Penn State, and the US Geological Survey. To learn more about the study please visit: http://ecosystems.psu.edu/research/projects/deer/about


This program will be presented by:


Duane R. Diefenbach, Ph.D.

Leader and Adjunct Professor of Wildlife Ecology U.S. Geological

Survey Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit

Pennsylvania State University


Christopher S. Rosenberry, Ph.D.

Supervisor, Deer and Elk Section

Pennsylvania Game Commission


Chris Nicholas | Forest District Manager

Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Bureau of Forestry | Susquehannock State Forest