Deer Management in NJ

Restoring Balance in Nature 


White-tailed deer have reached problematic numbers in numerous communities in New Jersey. Overabundant deer and other large herbivores can degrade ecosystems and hamper restoration efforts. Carole will share the steps the Division of Fish and Wildlife has taken to manage deer populations.

Carole Stanko


Carole Stanko has been with the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife for 20+ years and currently holds the title of Chief of the Bureau of Wildlife Management (BWM). The BWM is responsible for all game species other than fish in the State. Prior to her serving as Bureau Chief, she was on the BWM’s White‐tailed Deer Research Project for 13 years, 11 of those serving as project leader. She is a graduate of Rutgers University, Cook College.

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$25

NJSTF Member Pricing

1 CEU certificate offered

Once purchased you will have access to this course for a year, however you will only be able to obtain a certificate for CEU's until 12/31/21.

You will need to watch a 1hr video, take a quiz and print out a certificate for proof of CEU.

To become a member of the NJSTF please visit www.njstf.org

$30

NJSTF Non-Member Pricing

1 CEU offered - for non-members

Once purchased you will have access to this course for a year, however you will only be able to obtain a certificate for CEU's until 12/31/21.

You will need to watch a 1hr video, take a quiz and print out a certificate for proof of CEU.

To become a member of the NJSTF please visit www.njstf.org