Deer: problems in urban and suburban areas (TIN044)

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Most deer species are increasing in numbers and extending their range, notably in lowland regions. In some cases, this growth in numbers has resulted in deer moving into the urban/suburban environment. Gardens can be particularly attractive to deer. The most problematic of the six deer species to the urban/suburban environment are roe, muntjac and fallow and this leaflet is primarily focussed on the prevention of damage caused by these species.

This record was published on 25 July 2011.

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