Program on Deer Overpopulation in Randolph
Posted: October 15, 2011
The Randolph Parks Advisory Committee’s Deer Control Subcommittee will present an informational session about deer overpopulation in Randolph and the current steps being taken to control the problem. The program will be held in the cafeteria of the Randolph Middle School on Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.
Topics to be addressed include barriers and repellants, strategic gardening and deer plantings, bird feeder control, the possibility of deer hunting on the homeowner’s property and more.
Speakers will also cover some of the simple strategies homeowners can apply to help prevent damage to their property’s natural vegetation and costly installed landscape plantings. There will be time to address questions from the audience.
The free meeting is open to all Randolph residents. Although advance registration is not required, admission and seating will be limited to the room’s legal capacity. Questions? Call 973.989.7081.