Deer Crossing

When it comes to deer I’m close to siding with those who suggest we kill them all click here. Last night driving home from the Store I just missed hitting deer crossing the road twice – once just above the Ridge Firehouse and a second time on Rt. 249 just below the Second District Firehouse. (Maybe these deer got a thing for hanging around firehouses.)

Here’s a recent Washington Post article that talks to the economic costs involved in deer collisions click here.. As the following chart shows – it’s a lot. With the start of deer hunting season here I say to the hunters that if you can’t kill them all, at least try and kill as many as you can!

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Deer Crossing

When it comes to deer I’m close to siding with those who suggest we kill them all click here. Last night driving home from the Store I just missed hitting deer crossing the road twice – once just above the Ridge Firehouse and a second time on Rt. 249 just below the Second District Firehouse. (Maybe these deer got a thing for hanging around firehouses.)

Here’s a recent Washington Post article that talks to the economic costs involved in deer collisions click here.. As the following chart shows – it’s a lot. With the start of deer hunting season here I say to the hunters that if you can’t kill them all, at least try and kill as many as you can!

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Deer Crossing

When it comes to deer I’m close to siding with those who suggest we kill them all click here. Last night driving home from the Store I just missed hitting deer crossing the road twice – once just above the Ridge Firehouse and a second time on Rt. 249 just below the Second District Firehouse. (Maybe these deer got a thing for hanging around firehouses.)

Here’s a recent Washington Post article that talks to the economic costs involved in deer collisions click here.. As the following chart shows – it’s a lot. With the start of deer hunting season here I say to the hunters that if you can’t kill them all, at least try and kill as many as you can!

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Deer Crossing

When it comes to deer I’m close to siding with those who suggest we kill them all click here. Last night driving home from the Store I just missed hitting deer crossing the road twice – once just above the Ridge Firehouse and a second time on Rt. 249 just below the Second District Firehouse. (Maybe these deer got a thing for hanging around firehouses.)

Here’s a recent Washington Post article that talks to the economic costs involved in deer collisions click here.. As the following chart shows – it’s a lot. With the start of deer hunting season here I say to the hunters that if you can’t kill them all, at least try and kill as many as you can!

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