Rapid and continual changes in wildlife habitat have resulted in conflicts between people and deer. The replacement of forest lands and fields with suburban residential developments creates ideal "edge" habitat for deer.
Damage to residential landscape is the most commonly voiced complaint about living with deer. Despite reports of growing suburban deer herds, most communities experience only minor problems.
Most deer damage can be successfully abated with simple techniques. A combination of damage control techniques is always more effective than a single approach and should be initiated before serious damage occurs.
This brochure describes non-lethal control of deer damage including fencing, landscape changes, scare devices, and chemical repellents.
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