Deer Management Plan

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South Perthshire DMG has recently produced a new Deer Management Plan.  Any queries on the development of the plan are invited to either of the email addresses on the Contacts page, or to victor@nativewoods.co.uk

 

The various components of the new Plan are listed here below.

 

Main Documents

Background Information & Policies

Working Plan

Maps

  1. SP DMG Location Map
  2. SP DMG Members map
  3. SP DMG Existing Sub-areas Map
  4. SP DMG Proposed new sub-areas map
  5. SP DMG Management Objectives Map
  6. SP DMG Hill Sheep Map
  7. SP DMG Community Councils Map
  8. SP DMG Designated Sites map
  9. SP DMG Landscape Map
  10. SP DMG SSSI Condition Map
  11. SP DMG Woodland Creation Map
  12. SP DMG Herbivore Impacts outwith designated sites Map
  13. SP DMG 2010 Deer Count Density Map
  14. SP DMG 2013 & 14 Deer Count Density map
  15. SP DMG Deer- Vehicle Collisions Map
  16. SP DMG Habitat Monitoring Map

 

In addition, during the process of developing this Deer Management Plan, a case emerged for extending the area to both peripheral areas around the current group, and also to the other side of the River Tay and A9. This would be quite an extensive exercise, and is outwith the remit of this plan, but the potential for extending the South Perthshire DMG area is noted on this map below:

17. SP DMG Potential Extension areas map

 

Appendicies

Appendix 1 SP DMG Constitution- DRAFT

Appendix 2  SP DMG Contacts List

This appendix is confidential to Group Members only. Contact with the Group is encouraged via the Chair or Secretary.

Appendix 3 SP DMG Designated Sites

Appendix 4 Deer Cull data requirements

Appendix 5  2015-16 Deer Cull Summary by property

This appendix is Confidential to Group members only. Group wide data is available in Appendix 7, below.

Appendix 6 Monitoring of Designated Features

Appendix 7 SP DMG Population Model

The population model above reflects what we think has been happening since 2010. However, the consensus is that the population is probably a lot more stable than this. Group members will continue with their current cull levels until 2018 when a more comprehensive deer count can be implemented.

Appendix 8 SP DMG Broad Habitat data.

Appendix 9 SP DMG Potential Extension areas- Broad Habitat Data