Cranbrook Council approves Urban Deer Cull Strategy April 19, 2011 Canada







Council approves Urban Deer Cull Strategy April 19, 2011  Canada  Urban   Cranbrook Daily Townsman


Cranbrook City Council accepted and approved the report recommendation from the Urban Deer Management Advisory sub-committee and will now send it to the Province. The Urban Deer Cull Strategy report was presented at Council's Monday night meeting and ...

The cull would focus on problem deer in certain areas of Cranbrook. The strategy recommends using six baited clover traps, similar to the process currently used in Helena, Montana.The traps are baited with a mixture of corn, oats, barley, molasses and apples and once the deer is in the trap, the gate is tripped and the deer is enclosed in a tubular frame covered with heavy netting. Someone then collapses the trap with the deer inside and dispatches the deer with a bolt gun....




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