Sterilization, relocation planned for Calif. deer population

Residents of a retirement community in California have agreed to have a wildlife management company perform ovariectomies on female deer and have some of the animals relocated in an effort to reduce the population of 170 that resides at the 1,200-acre development. The deer have become accustomed to people and there have been reports of aggression toward dogs, car accidents and landscaping damage, but protests halted a plan to use archery to reduce the population.

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