Overpopulation problems December 20, 2010 Part 2 of 3

Overpopulation problems December 20, 2010  Part 2 of 3  The Adirondack Daily Enterprise  Deer can exist in a variety of environments; however, they prefer (and thrive in) border or "edge" regions between woods and grasslands. At a forest's edge, ...

Liz Mundy argues that by way of suburbanization, "We may be driving deer evolution, creating an animal that is not only attracted to suburban areas, but adapted to live easily within them." She quotes Auburn wildlife biologist Steve Ditchkoff, who argues that the urban-suburban deer is already "a different creature than we find walking about in rural areas."
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