Ashland 2013 deer count shows decline in animals November 14, 2013

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Ashland 2013 deer count shows decline in animals November 14, 2013 Oregon, Daily Tidings

... Volunteers who fanned out across Ashland counted at least 106 deer this fall, down from tallies of about 190 deer during fall counts in 2011 and 2012... In 2012, the Ashland City Council passed a ban on the feeding of deer and other wildlife in town and also allowed residents to build taller deer fences to protect gardens, lawns and landscaping.

Medford council addresses deer fencing issue February 27, 2015 New Jersey, South Jersey Local News
... Eight foot high deer fencing will be allowed in rear and side yards, up to the front of the house. Beenstock says the community is OK with this and it is not a significant change over the current ordinance that allows 6 foot high, solid fencing of any material.  Six foot high deer fencing will be allowed in front yards ...

Medford ammends deer-fencing ordinance April 12, 2015 New Jersey, Burlington County Times
... Council gave final approval Tuesday night to an amendment to an ordinance that would essentially allow for the placement of 6-foot high, deer-mesh fencing in front yards ...

Fence out the deer and coyotes, say Okanagan fruit growers June 13, 2014 British Columbia, Kelowna Daily Courier 
... While municipalities debate whether to kill the critters, the BCFGA is pushing a more humane solution – deer fencing that surrounds a group of orchards.  “You cooperate with neighbours. If you have three or four orchards, you go around the perimeter of all four with fencing. You don't need to run up the sides of each property,” Steele said...

Official Says Sioux City Deer Population Dropping April 17, 2014 Iowa, ABC Kcrg 9 
... Officials say the number of deer in Sioux City is dropping, but it's unclear whether the city ban on feeding deer and other wildlife should be credited for the decline ...

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