Summary by Ground NewsFinnish Association for Nature Conservation wants white-tailed deer added to list of harmful invasive species by 2030. There are currently an estimated 109,000 of the animals in Finland, mostly in southern and south-west areas of the country. Hunters' group is opposed to the proposal, saying the deer is a valuable game animal and changing its status would not lead to the end result.
1 month ago·Finland
White-tailed deer should be classified as invasive species, Finnish conservation group says
Such a change would mean the animals could be hunted year-round, but a hunters' group is opposed to the idea.
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