A case for not killing the Valley Forge deer December 3,2010 Pennsylvania






A case for not killing the Valley Forgedeer  December 3,2010  PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia Inquirer  In Los Angeles and Orange Counties in California, residents have learned to live with coyotes, even in densely populated suburbs. ... 

Officials counted 1,023 deer in the park in early 2009, when they resolved to shoot them. In October, a federal judge deferred to a plan to annihilate most of the herd. As officials have acknowledged, though, the deer population has stabilized, having peaked near 1,400 
in 2003.

The National Park Service plans to allow the shooting for four years. Then it vows to impose an expensive regimen of pharmaceutical birth control on the surviving 165 or so deer

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