November 2015

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The Texas Hill Country, in Central Texas, has one of the highest white-tailed deer populations in the state. With densities reaching between 3 to 15 acres per deer, the Hill Country is estimated to have over 40% of the white-tailed deer found in Texas. The white-tailed deer overpopulation has been a problem for decades and with the most significant problem facing the herds is the severe competition for their food supplies. It's not healthy to have dense populations of deer or any animal for that matter. Safety of motorist, property damage and the possibly of disease within the white-tailed herds are all major concerns.

Health Concerns & Property Damage

Additional deer in the road ways is a safety hazard for drivers. Deer related auto accidents can

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