Deer Cull Has Had Big Impact in Radnor

Did you notice fewer deer in Radnor this winter?

Radnor Township's deer culling program has killed 225 deer within the township, including 183 adult does and fawns and 42 adult bucks, according to a presentation made to the Board of Health on Monday, March 18.

All 225 deer were donated for charitable food distribution: 141 went to the Central PA Food bank and 84 to other individuals and charitable organizations in Southeastern PA, according to the township. All in all, about 6,100 lbs. of venison meat was donated.

82 of the deer were removed on Radnor Township property; 143 were removed on private property.

According to the township, there were 32 incidents involving deer last year from January 1 to March 18. There were 23 incidents in the same time period this year.

Did you notice fewer deer in Radnor this winter? What do you think of the deer cull? Tell us by commenting below.

Draco March 21, 2013 at 01:49 PM
I have noticed a big difference both in my yard and in the deer kill along Bryn Mawr Ave.
Richard R Hammond March 22, 2013 at 01:32 AM
I am appreciative of the culling because it makes Bryn Mawr Ave safer. My wife hit a deer driving near St Aloysius in August 2011. Fortunately, no one was hurt (just the car damaged) but it could have resulted in a serious injury to my wife and others.
Dick Brant March 22, 2013 at 03:15 PM
We still have our small "herd" of 7 or 8 deer roaming through our area.
Marie Pronzato May 27, 2013 at 12:33 AM
where were the dear culled?
Marie Pronzato May 27, 2013 at 12:40 AM
where were the deer culled?


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