LETTER: Cautioning drivers about deer influx


Ryder Lake residents are currently being warned about the presence of bears in their neighbourhood and to take necessary steps to prevent them from getting too close for comfort.

In the same vein, I would also like to caution drivers on Mountain Park Drive from an influx of deer that are settling down quite nicely in neighbourhood yards and gardens. The problem is, that at the top of the drive in the curve, there is a cluster of hidden driveways that give the deer easy access to the front and back of properties, as well as for them to cross over from one side of the road to the other.

Ann Muehlebach


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