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Pat Meadows wrote:
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So far, the deer here in rural northcentral PA don't seem to
be made from the same cloth as the brazen NJ deer. So far.

Pat


The deer in non "big city" PA were bred to maintain a certain level of
respect... ;-)

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"Phaedrine Stonebridge" wrote :


Deer here (Missouri 5b) are a constant problem and have done hundreds of
dollars of damage to our property.


Hm. Here in E. Nebraska, deer aren't as big a problem as they are a little
further to the east, where there are significant woodland areas, though they
do inhabit greenbelts and river valleys.

That said, there have been numberous reports in the past couple years of
*mountain lions* in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa - a year or so ago,
someone actually hit and killed a lion on the road in western Iowa, and
there've been a number of reports from eastern Iowa as well. I'd imagine
that a few dozen cougars would help the deer problem signifncantly. : )

Jason


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"Jason Quick" wrote:

"Phaedrine Stonebridge" wrote :


Deer here (Missouri 5b) are a constant problem and have done hundreds of
dollars of damage to our property.


Hm. Here in E. Nebraska, deer aren't as big a problem as they are a little
further to the east, where there are significant woodland areas, though they
do inhabit greenbelts and river valleys.

That said, there have been numberous reports in the past couple years of
*mountain lions* in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa - a year or so ago,
someone actually hit and killed a lion on the road in western Iowa, and
there've been a number of reports from eastern Iowa as well. I'd imagine
that a few dozen cougars would help the deer problem signifncantly. : )

Jason




Oh my now that sounds like a plan.


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