Officials in Bloomington say they're waiting for a contractor to schedule the planned deer cull in a city nature preserve.
The decline is part of the DNR’s long-term deer management plan, but it won’t influence Bloomington’s strategy at Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.
Griffy Lake Nature Preserve in Bloomington was closed Monday in preparation of the upcoming deer kill.
Advocates protested the impending deer kill at Griffy Lake, which is contracted to start as early as November 15, outside City Hall Wednesday.
In less than a month, sharpshooters from White Buffalo, Inc. will be able to enter Griffy Lake Nature Preserve and kill up to 100 deer.
Representatives from the Humane Society of the United States argue Griffy Lake Nature Preserve is a feasible site for non-lethal methods of deer reduction.
Two experts from the Humane Society plan to submit to the city of Bloomington nonviolent ways to control the deer population in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.
Experts from the Humane Society are looking at the feasibility of implementing non-lethal methods to reduce the deer population at Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.
The Bloomington Board of Park Commissioners voted 4-0 to hire a sharpshooting firm to kill up to 100 deer in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.
The Bloomington parks board is considering a contract that would use sharpshooters to cull the deer population in Griffy Lake Nature Preserve.