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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: SE Pennsylvania
By no means am I disagreeing with the buy more land idea. However, taking fawn and predator populations densities into consideration for the two years the studies were conducted (01&18), it may be good information to have to monitor and maintain populations. Using the same amount of funding, I feel, it would have been interesting to spread the studies over a longer time frame to determine what other factors may affect fawn populations (i.e. wet cold weather events during the birthing season, hard winters, big foot etc...).
Eight Point, I live in Montgomery County also. The amount of land development is incredible. I do not think it will stop until they have paved and developed every available inch.
Want more deer...shoot more predators!
You gotta admit that this money was used in more proficient manor than the money they spent on the Nutkin the Squirrel lawsuit!
Giving up essential liberty to purchase some temporary safety justifies neither liberty nor safety