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Reddeer Cervus elaphus LINNAEUS, 1758
Currently areas for game keeping and management
of the Reddeer are centred in the Saxon low mountain
ranges and in several heathland regions
because of the great proportion
Managing-Preserving-Developingadditional protective measures against damage from
bud browsing and bark peeling (e.g. fences).
The large, herbivorous wild animals (in Saxony
primarily red and roe deer) often cause significant
damage to the trees as a result
Mountains (Erzgebirge). Thus, the pronounced regional differences of other years did
not fully return.
Registration of bark-peeling damage shows
red-deer and mufflon populations being
regionally too dense for the