Urban deer control
has become an unavoidable problem. Deer are adaptable and intelligent, and like coyotes they have learned to live with modern humans very well and have moved into suburban and urban areas everywhere.
Deer are border creatures, and humans have created lots of perfect deer environment in cities and suburbs with golf courses, parks, yards, and gardens, and along highway right-of-ways.
Urban deer control seems to be an unsolvable controversy, and attempts to address the problems of deer control in cities and suburbs have generated more heat than light. Deer have become essentially trapped in many cities, and the deer population in towns and cities is increasing.
Public opinion concerning
urban deer control
varies widely. Recent suburban deer control discussion has grouped some very unusual allies. Hunters have become aligned with deer lovers in that they both want to maintain the deer population. Some people are feeding them, and others want to kill them legally.