Cayuga Heights Board of Trustees Approves Deer Reduction Plan April 21, 2011 New York Urban

Cayuga Heights Board of Trustees Approves Deer Reduction Plan  April 21, 2011  New York  Urban   Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun
By Dennis Liu The findings statement, which analyzes the probable environmental impacts of the program, is the final step in the State Environmental Quality Review process that has been at the center of the deer population discussion, said Beatrice . The statement authorizes the village to surgically sterilize 20 to 60 does within a two-year period and subsequently kill the estimated 160 to 200 deer remaining in the village.. “The primary problems that the deer cause to the community are damage to garden plants, deer-vehicle accidents and the potential threat of the spread of foreign diseases,” said Prof. Paul Curtis,

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