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To cull or not to cull is a legal question

Troy DeSouza and Elena Merritt publish an article in the Times Colonist highlighting the legal and policy issues to consider when reviewing deer management in British Columbia. Here is an excerpt from their article below:

The District of Oak Bay’s decision to move forward on deer culling has been controversial. Whether culling is an effective response to stem the overpopulation  of deer is less the issue; research shows it can be. The challenge for municipalities in Greater Victoria who seek to reduce the deer population will be to co-ordinate their efforts. Simply put, deer do not recognize municipal borders.

Read the full article on the Times Colonist’s website.

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