November 30, 2007
Connecticut May Fight Lyme With Longer Seasons
By Dave Hurteau & Chad Love
From the Yale Daily News:
In an effort to control the risk of Lyme disease. . . Georgina Scholl, research chair of the Fairfield County Municipal Deer Management Alliance, is lobbying the state to ease regulations on deer hunting. Scholl’s proposal, which was presented to Gov. M. Jodi Rell this week, urges legislators to lengthen the hunting season beyond mid-September, to the end of December, and to increase bag sizes — the number of deer that hunters can shoot in a season.
Sound like a good idea?