James Kroll's Plan for Harriswood Plantation
James C. Kroll, known to many as "Dr. Deer," is
one of the foremost authorities about white-tailed deer biology
and management. In 1991, he made his first trip to Harriswood
Plantation and developed a comprehensive management plan to
develop trophy White-tailed Bucks on the property. His subsequent
visits ensure the program is on track, and the development
of the herd is at its peek.
Director of the Institute for White-tailed Deer Management
and Research, Stephen F. Austin State University, School of
Forestry, Kroll has more than twenty years of research and
management experience with the species. He also is a regular
writer for more than thirty outdoor magazines, including North
American Whitetail, Texas Sportsman, Journal of the American
Trophy Hunter, and many more.