In 30 days, trained sharp-shooters will spend their nights in Washington’s Rock Creek Park. They’ll be blasting away at the urban park’s resident white-tailed deer. Rock Creek’s deer population is about 1900, 385 per square mile. The National Park Service hopes to cull half the critters.
“Final White-tailed Deer Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement for Rock Creek Park,” National Park Service
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