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In June, the City Council gave approval to initial efforts to reduce the population of white-tailed deer in the City of Wildwood. The City plans to work with a private company, White Buffalo, to cull about 300 deer this winter, as authorized by the Missouri Department of Conservation.
This would be the first year of a multiyear effort planned to reduce the deer density to a preferred density of 40 deer per square mile within the City. The deer culling effort for next winter is planned for the area of highest density deer population, based on the 2020 deer population counts completed by the Wildwood Police Precinct.
This area is generally bounded by Route 100 on the south, Route 109 and Shepard Road on the West/North, and Strecker/Valley Road on the North to the City limit on the East/South.
The City is seeking property owners who might be interested in participating in the program. If interested, please fill out the form, and the City will contact you.
You can view the designated area by visiting https://coww.maps.arcgis.com/apps/instant/basic/index.html?appid=b7c95dcb20f142b29ddebc5d496d0add
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