With a proposal to cull deer before their community association, some Dunlora residents are hoping they’ll be able to keep bow hunters out of the bucolic neighborhood.
They’re hoping that the board will table the idea or, barring that, put it to a community-wide vote.
“We do need to limit deer because, in addition to being a problem for people by eating landscape plants and being in the roadways, deer are impacting other species, such as birds that require low-growing plants for habitat. The best way to accomplish this would be for people to learn to live among the coyotes that have moved into Virginia now that the bigger carnivores are mostly gone,” she wrote.
How does one define “harmonious living” with respect to nature and humans?
This is an interesting dilemma. People want to live close to nature, but not socloseastobeintrudedupon.
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