"Our Deer Are Mostly Ann Arborites"
Gardeners and naturalists want the city to cull its growing herd.
From the February, 2015 issue
Maurita Holland says the last straw was when the deer ate her rain garden. The retired School of Information prof replaced a patch of turf with a sunken garden of native plants--only to discover that the deer that roam her northwest Ann Arbor neighborhood love native plants. Plus hostas, lilies, holly, and almost every other plant in her yard.