Proposal Some Say Would Curb Duluth Deer Population Faster Fails July 12, 2011 Minnesota







Proposal Some Say Would Curb Duluth Deer Population Faster Fails July 12, 2011 Minnesota KBJR News
Duluth's deer...damage to gardens, road kills and the threat of Lyme disease [deer density is not correlated with Lyme disease, research page]. Monday city councilors voted down a proposal that some fear would hinder ...The proposal would have forced hunters to take two does, before they could harvest a buck, which councilors Jay Fosle and Jackie Halberg said could cull the herd faster,...""If you force people to take that second deer, before they're ready to because they want to try and start hunting for a buck or whatever reasons they have, that's what's going to happen. You're going to have a larger wounding rate," said Phillip Lockett of the ABA.


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