Neighbor's hunting has impact on nearby lots
On Sunday, Nov. 9, a young buck died in our backyard near the bird feeder. It had been shot with an arrow on the property of a neighbor, who had allowed the hunter access to his property.
Unfortunately, the deer did not die immediately and wandered on to our property, where it finally died in our backyard. I wish the neighbor who allowed this, could have seen the dead young deer on his property.
In East Passage Estates property owners own approximately two acres per lot. If one owner allows deer hunting on their two acres, this can surely encroach on their neighbors' lots.
When a deer dies on one's property, it's not a pretty sight.
Sue Harvey Intrepid Lane