Controlling Deer In Your Yard or Garden
If you find yoruself residing in an area where there is more far more land than usual, you may get recurring glimpses of the local wildlife. When we say “wildlife”, we mean deer. Deer are majestic, beautiful creatures of nature but they can become nuisance when crossing paths with your property.
Deer will enter your land in search of food. They are also known to be highly adapable when it comes to the enviroment around them. This means they won’t shy away from entering your garden or scavenging from a fruit tree if they need to.
Deers can cause damage to your landscape in a number of different ways. The two primary areas where damage is inflicted are trees and your garden. They will eat fruit, vegetables, leaves, stems, flowers and even bark. While traveling through your garden, they will also be crushing your flower bedss.
Male deers also rub their antlers on tree trunks damaging bark and causing the trunks to possibly split inviting infection and other pests into the tree. The best thing you can really do is be on the lookout for deer and keep some sort of barrier up This is the only preventative way besides other repellants to keep deer away from your valued trees or garden.