From Long Island To New Jersey Deer Have Been Darting Out In Front Of DriversDeer can be a serious problem on the roads during the autumn months. Deer have been darting out in front of drivers from Suffolk County, Long Island to Cedar Grove, N.J.
Caught On Video: Deer Attacks Driver After Being Struck By CarAt around 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, a deer dashed across Oak Glen Road in front of a GMC Envoy, which clipped it.
NYC To Install Deer-Crossing Signs On Staten IslandNew York City is acknowledging the growing deer population on Staten Island by installing deer-crossing signs at 21 locations around the borough.
Deer Breaks Into T.J. Maxx Store On Staten IslandAn employee arriving to open the store around 8 a.m. discovered the front window smashed in and the deer running around inside.
Saddle River Residents Debate Ways To Thin Deer PopulationResidents are concerned about the spread of Lyme disease, destruction of shrubs and gardens, and vehicle collisions.
Staten Island: A 'Deer Dumping Ground?' One Official Speaks OutOfficials are worried that Staten Island is being treated like a deer dumping ground after one animal found in Brooklyn was sedated and brought to the borough over the weekend.
Rye Residents Say Deer Have Taken Over NeighborhoodAn overpopulation problem has brought deer to dart around in every direction throughout the suburbs, and it is creating trouble in densely-populated areas of Westchester County.
Suffolk County Village Considers Bow Hunt To Reduce Deer PopulationSome say a bow-and-arrow deer hunt would be the best way to manage the growing deer population in Head of the Harbor. Others in the Suffolk County village, however, are not so sure.
Staten Island Borough President: City Needs Plan For Dealing With Surge In Deer PopulationThe borough president said capturing or moving the deer is not a realistic option and that experts say birth control is not a plausible course of action, either.
NJ Officials Successfully Remove Arrow From Deer's MuzzleA deer that had been walking around New Jersey for months with an arrow lodged in its muzzle can go back to leading a normal life.
Saddle River Considers Turning To Bow Hunters To Cut Deer PopulationBecause of accidents on the roads and concern about tick-borne illnesses, Saddle River is carefully studying the option of bringing in bow hunters to thin the deer population.
Saddle River Considers Allowing Bow Hunting To Thin Deer HerdA Bergen County suburb is considering bringing in bow hunters to deal with an overpopulation of deer.

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