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Stags in the city: how deer found their way into our town centres and back gardens

20.03.2019
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As the UK's deer population explodes, more of the animals are heading into urban areas. Why - and will they be welcome there?If you head out to the shops today, or a churchyard, or a school, or a playground, and you live in a town or city, you might be in for a surprise. Cats, dogs, squirrels, even foxes are part and parcel of our urban landscapes now but increasingly, it's not out of the question that you might just as easily meet a deer.The deer population in the UK is at the highest it has been for at least 1,000 years, at around two million. Over the past few decades, does and stags have been spotted in urban areas and villages around the UK, from Glasgow, to Sheffield and London. This week, the Royal Horticultural Society released guidance on how gardeners can deer-proof their outdoor spaces. Replace tulips with daffodils and red hot pokers, it suggests, because deer don't like the taste and it will stop them rummaging through your flowerbeds. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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