The question of urban deer control in the UK is a growing concern as deer populations from rural areas encroach into suburban and urban areas. The reason for the change in recent years is due to the increase in regional populations, and also the integration of suitable habitats where deer have become accustomed to living in close human contact.
Wild deer are an important part of the UK’s wildlife heritage, although the unchecked expansion of populations have resulted in them establishing permanent and semi-permanent residence in the hybrid landscape of urban and rural environments surrounding many of the UK’s major towns and cities.
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