urban deer management

A doe with the new GPS collar and identification tags. The collars are GPS radio collars that allow the research team to track the does movements though satellites. They are the lightest-weight collars on the market (3 lbs) and have a timed drop-off mechanism. When the collars are put on, the timer starts and the collars drop off on their own after two years. (Keri Coles/Oak Bay News)

10 does down, 10 to go in GPS collar phase of Oak Bay deer plan

Urban Wildlife Stewardship Society aim to collar 20 female deer as part of deer reduction plan

 

Experts to capture and collar 20 female deer in Oak Bay starting this month

Experts to capture and collar 20 female deer in Oak Bay starting this month

Does sedated, examined, collared and ear tagged in latest phase of deer management plan

 

Oak Bay wants more doe from province

Oak Bay wants more doe from province

Council unanimous: province should pay for academic research portion of deer management plan

 

Oak Bay plans to apply for provincial cash to further deer contraception plan

Oak Bay plans to apply for provincial cash to further deer contraception plan

Deer Plan Oak Bay underway with 39 cameras documenting ungulates in the community

Oak Bay plans to apply for provincial cash to further deer contraception plan