Mt. Lebanon, Lebo zeroing in on controlling deer October 12, 2013 Pennsylvania

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Mt. Lebanon, Lebo zeroing in on controlling deer October 12, 2013 Pennsylvania, The Almanac
... With sharpshooting, for example, deer are lured to specific areas with bait, then killed with a single bullet to the brain. The cost per deer would be somewhere between $200 and $400. Maddock said the downsides to this approach included negative public perception and legal limits on where firearms could be discharged... Sterilization ...would not involve firearms and could also reduce the long-term costs associated with managing the deer population...

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