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CT Deer Escape Bloody Sunday

Our state’s deer will continue to have one day a week to live in peace instead of in fear of being bloodied thanks to Connecticut legislators in the Senate who killed a Sunday bow-hunting bill Wednesday evening.

The bill, which was approved by the House last week, would have allowed property owners in areas of Connecticut that the Dept. of Energy and Environmental Protection claims are overpopulated by deer to hunt the animals with bows. 

Activists target busy, dangerous street to warn motorists of deer

“Hot spot” needs better signage, lighting and traffic enforcement 

Friday, December 20, 2013
4:00 pm to 5:00 pm 
Cadboro Bay Road & Lansdowne Road|
(Across from Uplands Golf Course)
Oak Bay 

 

Deer Hunt Allowed in Devil's Den Nature Preserve

by Nicole Rivard

Did you know that The Nature Conservancy is allowing deer to be hunted at Devil’s Den nature preserve in Redding and Weston?

The Nature Conservancy calls itself a science-based organization concerned with protecting plants and animals but there doesn’t seem to be anything scientific about its upcoming limited deer hunt (Nov. 20-Dec. 10) at Devil’s Den nature preserve. 

Deer herd declining in Fairfield County?

The Connecticut Post reports in its article, "Deer herd declining in Fairfield County" (Sept. 7, 2012), that according to CT wildlife "officials", there is a decline in the number of deer in the state.

'Friends of Animals' latest to criticize deer cull at Vassar College

Mid-Hudson News Network
Poughkeepsie "“ Animal rights group Friends of Animals Wednesday blasted Vassar College for its deer cull.

Group New York Director Edita Birnkrant called the decision to shoot the deer herd "ludicrous" and said it goes against the grain of what the school stands for.

Deer Win; Ryan Loses

"Mr. Ryan, who was chosen by Mr. Romney to excite the conservative base, flew home on Wednesday to Kanesville, Wis., after giving up his usual Election Day deer hunting trip."

-- Excerpt from Nov. 8, 2012 NY Times," Ryan in Republican Forefront, But Loss May Bring Blame," by Trip Gabriel

Cold, Warlike, Grotesque: Government Agencies' Attitude to Deer and Coyotes

On Sunday night, deer bodies lay broken and crumpled on southbound Route 202, the ever-broadening roadway that runs past the King of Prussia Mall, continuing along the south edge of Valley Forge National Historical Park and into West Chester.

It's weird to see multiple dead deer on this road at one time. Although deer live in the area, and several deer-crossing signs mark their presence, they usually avoid this road because it's so busy and heavy with roadworks.

New Jersey Alert Legislative Alert for Deer & Forests

New Jersey's deer and state forests are in peril due to two pieces of legislation currently pending in the New Jersey Senate & Assembly. Your prompt calls are needed to protect both the deer and their habitat, the forest, from this grotesque legislative attack led by New Jersey Senator Bob Smith (D-17).

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