City considering special deer hunt
Tom Klein
COOK – Cook may join a growing number of northern Minnesota communities that have turned to managed hunts to thin the deer population in city limits. Councilors plan to proceed exploring the … More »
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I wonder if people have become less tolerable of animals than in the past. Put up a fence for a garden etc.. if need be . If you need a hunt maybe some should let people hunt on their private land.

We expect much from wildlife and we give little back. We expect to shoot a deer during hunting season,but if they step in your yard to take a bite,some want to treat them like woods rats.

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