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In an urban environment, the use of sharpshooters is the most cost-effective, efficient and safest means of bringing a deer herd to the level that the land is capable of supporting. It's a sad fact of life, but it is reality. The sharpshooting service uses highly skilled marksmen (certainly not state or fed govt employees) that have been able to show an ability to function unerringly at the highest levels of state or national shooting competition. These marksmen that win state and national shooting titles can be counted upon to place their shots absolutely on call when called upon to do so. They have verifiable credentials of operating under intense mental pressure, while demonstrating a high level of inner discipline. The harvest site is critiqued for bait placement and stand height so that there will be no possibility of an errant shot leaving the site due to pass-through, a glancing deflection or mechanical malfunction. If need be, a barrier is placed directly behind the bait and in line with the sharpshooter as added insurance, depending upon the situation. When the animal feeds in the harvest site, the sharpshooter is afforded a stationary target at a known distance that his rifle is sighted-in specifically for. The sharpshooter will then restrict themselves to executing a shot ONLY when the animal is in perfect position with its head in the bait. Resting the rifle on the stand, these target-quality rifles can be counted upon to place (literally) every shot in nearly the same hole at the distance of the bait station, time after time. This distance is normally 15-25 yards. A sound moderating device is used to erase the muzzle signature of the rifle so that the the sharpshooter's immediate activity is significantly reduced to the local populace. This also allows the sharpshooter to harvest multiple animals per session as the animals are not alerted to the activity as readily either. Small caliber, hyper-velocity and highly frangible ammunition of match grade quality is used by experienced culling experts. This is done for maximum safety as the bullet detonates on contact with any object. The chances of a ricochette or even deflection of fragments are eliminated using this type of ammunition. The sharpshooter places this projectile absolutely dead center into the cranial cavity of the animal and death is instantaneous. There is no suffering whatsoever and the animal's life simply ceases. So yes, sharpshooting is a good way to control a deer population provided that professionals are doing it.
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3700 and the population is rapidly declining
A deer is a 4 legged mammal with fur colored to blend in well with their habitat. The male of some species of deer also have horns.
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To maintain a healthy population density for the habitat, hunting can be a very precise tool for game managers. Not only controlling a population that could over-browse …the habitate but to strive for the right ratio of Bucks to Does for longterm quality reproduction. Over population equals mass die offs that could threaten the animals existance. The desired Buck to Doe ratio's would be 2 to 3 Does to 1 Buck. Ideal 1 to 1 but in the wild that is very difficult to achieve.
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Chris controlled Deere by making him come back because Dr. Deere need the money to pay for bills and Chris wouldn't sign it.
The animals killed by hunters do not reproduce, but only a limited number of permits are issued so the deer population will not be completely eliminated in an area.
Current methods of hunting are quite humane. Improvements in technology and hunting methods mean that sportsmen care greatly about the wildlife and always utilize the meat the…y harvest. Also, many hunters donate excess meat to local homeless shelters, which makes hunting a community friendly way to control the population and provide for the less fortunate
It affects the deer because there are factories polluting the air and the water that they drink.