The Ann Arbor Wild Ones has a special effort dedicated to deer management.
It is called the “Washtenaw Citizens for Ecological Balance.”
(For more information, see: www.wc4eb.com)
?High numbers of White-tailed deer in the southern Lower Peninsula are causing concerns about deer-car collisions, rising auto insurance premiums, crop losses, Lyme Disease borne by deer ticks, lack of forest regeneration, and ecosystem imbalance, to name just of few of the many issues. Opinions on what to do about the abundance of deer are even more wide-ranging?
From the introduction to a WEMU public radio show on deer overabundance, you can listen to the nine-minute WEMU show.
– Barbara Lucas
In Andrea Matthies’ garden where hungry deer congregate often in the winter.
Andrea Matthies’ garden