Lower Merion, Deer population down over 30 percent in Lower Merion from 2008 to 2012 Jully 3, 2013 Pennsylvania

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... According to McGrath, the deer population has fallen from 58 deer per-square-mile to 40.5 deer per-square-mile from 2008 through 2012. For a township such as Lower Merion, 10 deer per-square-mile is considered appropriate... “Despite the fact that they report that there is a reduction in the heard - it’s not noticeable in terms of the number of deer you see on the roads and in yards eating shrubbery,” Commissioner Lewis Gould said...

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