Syracuse, Oh, deer: Residents of East neighborhood complain of the animal's increasing population September 19, 2012 New York

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Syracuse, Oh, deer: Residents of East neighborhood complain of the animal's increasing population September 19, 2012 New York, SU The Daily Orange 
...Brian Underwood, an adjunct associate professor at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Deer could potentially overrun residential streets, causing more auto collisions and confrontations with humans. Lyme disease could also strike with greater force, as deer often host the disease-carrying ticks, Underwood said. [deer density is not correlated with Lyme disease]


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