This reads like the deer population “problem solving” by Upper Dublin T.
by Barry Kent MacKay,
Senior Program Associate
Born Free USA’s Canadian Representative
Cranbrook is a town that hosts nearly 20,000 humans in the core municipal area and 116 deer. There used to be somewhat fewer deer, according to the people who go around counting them—but a lot of people living there want fewer deer, and so the councillors spent quite a bit of tax money to do something that produced more.
Does that make sense to you? It seems wonky to me. But, although I love the town (which sits in a wide and scenic mountain valley in southeastern British Columbia), I don’t live there. When I go there, I take great pleasure in both the beautiful scenery and the wildlife, including the mule deer who come and go from the surrounding forests.
Unlike the widely-distributed white-tailed deer, the mule deer—native…
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