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OBSERVER POLL – Do the deer need to be dealt with? – Results posted

Chris Marchand

Chris Marchand served as editor of the Dryden Observer from August 2009 to April 2018.

For most urban residents in Ontario, the sight of a foraging deer in their backyard would be an uncommon experience. For most residents of The Wilderness City, the novelty has long worn off.
Sheltered from predators, area deer have learned to thrive in proximity to humans who have endure no small damage to their gardens and shrubberies whom they share with the deer.
Have these deer become too many in number and too damaging in their behaviour?

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2 thoughts on “OBSERVER POLL – Do the deer need to be dealt with? – Results posted

  1. Yes, the deer must be dealt with. I draw your attention to the interview with the Bishop of Keewatin on CBC yesterday. I hear that Kenora has had a meeting with MNR officials. Maybe we should get together with other communities.

  2. I think it is only going to get worse, deer population wise. Importing wolves isn’t the answer. Form an archery club! What does Jasper and Banff do?

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