Google Maps is a great, free resource. If you have access to the Internet you can use Google Maps. Most smart phones also take advantage of Google Maps. Google Maps can be used to scout out locations for deer and hunting. Here’s a tool to capture GPS coordinates from GMaps.
Locate the link along the right column of Deerhub.com called
GPS from GMAPSThe link is really a tiny app or Bookmarklet created to capture GPS coordinates from Google Maps. Drag the bookmarklet to your Bookmarks or toolbar.
How to use the ‘GPS from GMaps’ bookmarklet
- Go to Google Maps and find the map location you want.
- Right-click with the mouse on the Google Map location where you want to get GPS coordinates
- Select >Center map here<
- Then click the GPS from GMAPS bookmarklet
- A window will popup with the GPS coordinates
- Copy the coordinates to the clipboard
- Paste where needed…
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- Do you have a hunting club? And want to coordinate better? Keep track of things?
- Your township or park needs to manage deer and hunters? Need better organization?
- A property owner who wants to allow hunting on their land? And want a way to keep up with who is hunting on your property.
- We’d be glad to hear from you.
… who is hunting where and when
- Who – members of your group.
- Where – properties that your group manages and stands on those properties.
- When – the days and time of day that your members reserve stands, register harvests or leave comments.
Your group can be hunting clubs, townships, parks, private property owners, outfitters and groups of family & friends who hunt together.
Use Deerhub.com from anywhere you have Internet access, there is nothing to install. New features are available immediately without need to update.
- From your home PC or Mac
- From your smartphone (iPhones, Androids, Blackberries, etc.)
Plan group hunts or drives. Invite members to meet and schedule the time and place.
You can connect with other groups on Deerhub.com and with other Deerhub.com members.
They carry Lyme disease and eat trees, shrubs and plants in forests and in yards. Now state agencies are taking a look at controlling the growing deer population in one of the most overrun areas in Massachusetts.
My father suffers from nerve damage resulting from treatment for Lyme disease. The symptoms are like Parkinson’s disease. The tremors make it difficult to lead a normal life.
Without a better way to keep deer populations in check Lyme disease cases could certainly rise.
At a recent town meeting, residents from Milton and Canton discussed deer control, believing the region was suffering from an epidemic of Lyme disease…
Whitetailed deer have adapted very well to suburban environments. This is in large part due to the lack of predators. Hunters play a big role in keeping deer population in check. Hunters are as natural a part of this balance as the big cats of Africa.
Hunters Sharing the Harvest is a charitable venison donation program in Pennsylvania. HSH provides more than 750,000 meals a year to the 1.4 million families in Pennsylvania in need of assistance. With the struggling economy the last couple years have been difficult.
You can also donate directly to HSH using PayPal — click here
HSH is a 501-C3 organization which means your contributions are tax deductible.
For more information on the Pennsylvania Hunters Sharing The Harvest program please email email@example.com or call toll-free: (866) 474-2141.
The place for deer hunters and property owners to work together
- Establish rules for hunting properties and stands.
- Coordinate when and where hunters hunt deer.
- Know who is hunting on your property and when.