Ann Arbor city council voted 8-2 to continue with their controversial deer management plan. The plan includes culling deer in city parks and nature areas, and surgically sterilizing does, known as an ovariectomy. Council members approved the measure to the tune of $182,000, citing deer browse damage to natural forest areas and city landscaping as the cause. The city has successfully culled 274 deer and has removed the ovaries of 72 does.
Is the money worth it?