HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The National Park Service is considering strategies for reducing the white-tailed deer population in two parks in Maryland and West Virginia. The agency said Monday that it’s accepting public comment through…
WASHINGTON — To some, they’re furry, cute, wonderful wildlife visitors. To others they’re a nuisance — destroying landscapes and a menace on the roads. The city of Fairfax is taking action against white-tailed deer. Fairfax…
SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — Maryland State Police say a driver was killed when a deer struck by another car became airborne and crashed through her windshield. It happened about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on Nanticoke Road…
Montgomery County is taking a look at its 20-year management program.
DAVID DISHNEAU Associated Press HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The National Park Service is tentatively approving a plan to have government sharpshooters kill more than 2,800 white-tailed deer at three Civil War battlefields in Maryland and…
It\’s a problem growing worse in some areas where green space is
becoming a thing of the past — deer wandering into gardens and yards and making a
meal of them. There are two good options that have proven to get rid of them.
A woman was clobbered by a leaping deer as she stepped off a bus in D.C. Friday morning.
Falls Church resident Jessica Doyle says she was angry to find out men were hunting near her home without notifying her. But urban deer hunting is legal, heavily regulated and targets overpopulated deer herds.
The increasing deer population and the trouble it brings is the topic of discussion at a public meeting Monday evening in Prince William County.
A wandering deer evidently found its way in among the cheetahs at the National Zoo on Friday morning and was killed by two of the cats.
All that is needed for Fairfax City to be the first city in Virginia to surgically sterilize deer is approval from the state.
Fairfax City will surgically sterilize deer in an effort to control the local deer population – the first locality in the state to try the method.
A Metro train struck at deer at the Addison Road station during the Monday morning rush hour, causing delays on the Blue Line.
A disturbing video of an unleashed dog refusing to leave a deer alone in the Rock Creek area is calling attention to leash laws in D.C.
WTOP\’s Garden Editor Mike McGrath says you need to keep deer away from the bark of trees younger than three years, and has some suggestions on how to do it.