The National Park Service is ready to start using sharpshooters to kill deer in Washington’s Rock Creek Park.
The National Park Service says government sharpshooters killed 161 white-tailed deer at Catoctin Mountain Park near Thurmont in the fourth year of a herd-reduction program.
Montgomery County parks officials say sharpshooters plan to begin killing deer in Rock Creek Park in February.
Hunters who didn’t fill their tags during Maryland’s two-week firearm deer season are getting another chance.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is reporting a 13 percent drop in the number of deer killed during the two-week firearm season.
Wearing a pink camouflage jacket and carrying a bow, Samantha Elliott walked out of Keystone Sporting Goods this week anticipating the beginning of firearm deer season on Saturday.
The white-tailed deer in Rock Creek Park are safe from sharpshooters, at least for now.
Authorities in Baltimore County say a woman in her 60s has died after her car was hit by a deer in Cockeysville.
It’s strange enough to be kicked in the face by a deer, let alone one with rabies.
The National Park Service will turn to sharpshooters, birth control and other methods to thin the growing deer herd in Rock Creek Park and protect the park’s vegetation.
Maryland farmers say wildlife caused an estimated $10 million in crop losses last year.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources says it found no evidence of chronic wasting disease in deer killed by hunters last fall.