Flora and Fauna | Nation

More Deer Lead To Increased Suburban Hunts

NPR | Nov. 12, 2013 2:14 a.m.

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Daniel Kraker

It’s white tailed deer season for millions of hunters across the country. Most will tromp into fields and forests stalking their prey. But others will set up in cities and suburbs. Urban hunts are spreading across the country as a way to control the animal’s booming population. But not everyone’s happy having camouflaged hunters perched on tree stands in their neighborhoods.

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