Hardwood forests not regenerating as deer eat maple saplings, Michigan study shows

Hardwood forests not regenerating as deer eat maple saplings, Michigan study shows
Science Daily, May 10, 2011

In a sweeping study of a huge swath of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, researchers documented that in many places, the sugar maple saplings that should be thriving following harvesting are instead ending up as a deer buffet. This means the hardwood forests are not regenerating.