Ann Arbor, Deer Cull Concludes with 96 Deer Killed by Sharpshooters February 7, 2017 Michigan

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Ann Arbor, Deer Cull Concludes with 96 Deer Killed by Sharpshooters February 7, 2017 Michigan, City of Ann Arbor 
     From Jan. 30 to Feb. 6, White Buffalo sharpshooters lethally removed 96 deer from designated parks and nature areas and University of Michigan properties. A Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) special research permit allowed White Buffalo sharpshooters to remove up to 100 deer. City staff in consultation with White Buffalo decided to re-open the parks and conclude this year’s program due to poor weather; and the effort to obtain four additional deer was outweighed by the benefit of re-opening the parks...
... One of the 54 female deer recently surgically sterilized ... DeNicola, who has done sterilization research in several communities, said there's no such thing as 100 percent success with these types of projects...

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