Deer Fencing For Conservation
Posted on August 03 2018
Forests, parks and other popular tourism sites need to protect the landscapes from wildlife damage in order to reserve the natural beauty of each location.
When deer walk onto landscapes in search of food, they destroy ecosystems. They also rub their antlers against trees, damaging bark, in preparation for the rut period (fall season). Even rabbits eat stems and other plant matter. Each wild animal is guilty of landscape damage.
Wildlife officials across the country are bringing in deer hunters to reduce the deer population; but with deer fencing, conservationists can keep the peace between wild animal and landscape.
Deer fencing should be considered for forest and park conservation and wildlife protection throughout the year in an effort to keep public landscapes beautiful.