Bald Island: Deer still a problem despite population decline March 2, 2011 North Carolina

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Deer still a problem despite population decline March 2, 2011 North Carolina Population StarNewsOnline.com

 A deer walks out of the woods near East Beach Drive on Bald Head Island. The improved habitat conditions on Bald Head Island have stimulated rapid growth of the deer population in recent years. Currently there are around 500 deer on the island and it ...deer population density has decreased slightly over the past five years in parts of the region. At the same time, their conflicts with humans – on the road or in the garden – have gone up. About 1.1 million deer in North Carolina.
CH Town Council Defers On Deer Issue March 1, 2011 North Carolina WCHL 1360 Last night, the Chapel Hill Town Council heard a petition urging the town to take steps to reduce its deer population—but they won't be acting on it, at least for the foreseeable future. As reported in the News and Observer, the Council voted 6-3 to .


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