East Lansing: Deer population concerns council October 12, 2011 Pennsylvania

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East Lansing: Deer population concerns council October 12, 2011 Pennsylvania, MSU State News

Schweitzer said the neighborhood loves having wildlife in area, but many residents are concerned the deer population is becoming destructive and unfazed by human presence....Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist Dan Kennedy ... The presence of deer has been noticeable in East Lansing ... Neighboring Meridian Township already has adopted a bow hunting season to help curb the population...Kennedy said hunting would be a financially viable option for East Lansing, but it might not be as acceptable as other more expensive options, such as trapping and euthanizing the animals.

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