Deer Damage / Deer Problems Connecticut
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Where to Find Deer
Deer often make an appearance in the spring and fall in the Connecticut area. They won’t normally look for shelter near houses or sheds, but you will often see deer in yards and deer in gardens looking for food, which may cause you to seek out ways to get rid of deer. If you have a vegetable garden or flower garden, then you have probably experienced deer damage in the form of chewed plants. Deer problems don’t include the normal pest-related issues from birds, insects and other wildlife, but deer problems can still become a huge nuisance around the Connecticut area and may require a deer removal expert to get rid of deer problems.
How to Identify a Deer Problem
A deer in the Connecticut area is not hard to miss because of its size and unmistakable hoof print. The hoof print resembles an upside down or backwards heart. Deer generally move in the early morning hours around the Connecticut area right before and after the sunrise and right before and after sunset. If you suspect deer problems or deer damage, look for hoof prints, pebble-like deer droppings and green plants that have been chewed on (especially corn). Deer often take cover in the woods and will bed down for the night in a swampy area. They will travel the same trails in a general area, but will not bed down in the exact same spot each night. If they suspect danger they will move to a new location, especially if a doe has fawns. Look for trails that are well used, a dry area near a water source where the deer may bed down and trees with bark rubbed off a few feet from the ground. Bucks will often rub their antlers on trees. These are the common signs to look for when trying to determine whether you have a deer problem. The next step is to get rid of deer in order to resolve the problem.
Why You Find Deer in the Yard, Deer in the Garden
You will most likely find deer in the yard and deer in garden in the Connecticut area because they are looking for food. Unlike other animals, deer do not store up food for the winter. They graze throughout the day and will become more active before and after a large storm. Deer problems are normally contained to deer damage in the garden and deer damage in the yard around the Connecticut area – these are the common reasons people want to get rid of deer, especially deer in garden.
What Damage and Hazards are Caused from Deer
Deer damage is normally contained within a garden area and you may not notice any damage to fencing protecting the garden since deer in the Connecticut area can jump over a 10 or 12 foot fence if they are running. It is uncommon for a deer to jump a fence that high without trying to escape danger, but it is possible. If a group of deer are in the yard or garden, then there will be an increase of deer droppings. On rare occasions, deer in the Connecticut area will jump through a window because they become afraid of their reflection. Deer around the Connecticut area often run out in the middle of a road during the night or when they are spooked. If this becomes a problem in a specific area, a Connecticut Critter Control deer removal and deer damage specialist will know what measures to take and the proper Connecticut officials to contact if necessary. Problems with deer in garden and deer in flower garden can be very annoying!
How to Get Rid of Deer
Call your local Connecticut Critter Control deer removal and deer damage specialist to confirm you are experiencing deer problems and they can provide expert advice on how to get rid of deer. In most locations around the Connecticut area there is a specific season for deer hunting and it is illegal to shoot deer out of season. In some situations you can obtain a special permit if they are a nuisance. A Connecticut Critter Control deer removal specialist will know the proper procedures in removing a deer and whether a situation calls for additional licensing for deer removal.
What Kind of Deer are Common
The two most common deer in North America are the whitetail deer and the mule deer. There are other species in the United States, including Coues’ deer, Columbian blacktail deer, Sitka blacktail deer.
How to Prevent a Deer Problem
There are measures you can take to prevent deer problems and to get rid of deer in the Connecticut area, such as building a fence around your garden, but it is best to contact your local Connecticut Critter Control deer removal and deer damage specialist for specific ideas on preventing deer damage and preventing deer problems.
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