SAANICH COUNCILLOR SAYS SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE ABOUT DEER PROBLEM
Sep 20, 2010
A SAANICH COUNCILLOR HAS ADDED HIS VOICE TO LOCAL POLITICIANS CONCERNED ABOUT THE CRD’S BURGEONING URBAN DEER POPULATION
OAK BAY’S MAYOR HAS OPENED THE DOOR TO SUGGESTIONS ABOUT DEALING WITH THE DEER AND DEAN MURDOCK AGREES THAT SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONE.
SPEAKING ON CFAX 1070 WITH MURRAY LANGDON MONDAY, MURDOCK SAYS THE FIRST STEP IS TO FIGURE OUT HOW MANY DEER ARE OUT THERE IN URBAN AREAS
“if we are actually looking at reducing the population, we need to know what the current numbers are, and if we are being successful in the measures we are going to take, and then of course the most important ingredient in that conversation is, what are those measures”
MURDOCK SAYS HE IS OPEN FOR A CONVERSATION, WITH A CULL AS A LAST RESORT METHOD.