Thousands of deer in Indiana have contracted epizootic hemorrhagic disease, a virus that can be fatal to the animals.
The deer task force is holding a series of meetings in the coming weeks to finalize its recommendation to the city council and county commissioners.
Officials say most hunters follow the rules, but will try to use a cash incentive to catch those who don't.
After a year in existence, the task force is heading to the internet for public input.
Everyone who attended last night’s forum could agree on at least one thing: there are too many deer in Monroe County.
The committee was charged with finding out recommendations to assist with deer concerns in the community.
Members of Bloomington's Deer Task Force will go into the community in June to survey where problem areas exist.
The Bloomington-Monroe County Deer Task Force will hold meetings on Wednesday and Thursday of this week at 5:30pm at City Hall.
Every year Hoosier hunters make their way into the woods to shoot and kill deer for food and sport, but not all the deer hunters shoot are affected by bullets.
Contraceptives and sharpshooters were two solutions proposed at a meeting of the city's Deer Task Force Thursday.