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North Olmsted council passes legislation that allows sharpshooters to reduce deer population October 6, 2015 Ohio

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North Olmsted council passes legislation that allows sharpshooters to reduce deer population October 6, 2015 Ohio, Cleveland Plain Dealer
... The ordinance states that deer overpopulation has led to "an excessive number of deer-related vehicular accidents, as well as destruction of natural habitats and biodiversity." An aerial count conducted earlier this year indicated 241 deer occupied the city's 11 square miles of land. [that's 22 deer per square mile, a U.S. Forest Service studyputs the optimal deer density at 15 to 28 deer per square mile, North Olmsted is in the center of this target] ...


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