Wylde Wood Voted To Be Used As Hunting Grounds For Deer Management Program May 1, 2011 Massachusetts





Wylde Wood Voted To Be Used As Hunting Grounds For Deer Management Program May 1, 2011 Massachusetts Urban Patch.com
By Jon Cronin - 

The Dover Conservation Commission met Wednesday to discuss the further restoration of the town's Wylde Woods trails and opening up the town's deer hunting grounds for their Deer Management Program. ...In order to control the tick population they must cut down the deer population in the town, “Each deer is host to 400 ticks,” sConservation Commission chair Kate Faulkner said. One researcher notes: the data do not suggest that if you manage deer by hunting, you’ll reduce the number of Lyme cases.” Buy the book on Amazon: Lyme Disease: The Ecology of a Complex System



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