Large Deer Population Damaging New York's Woodlands

05.12.14 | Bob Price

   Cornell University says expanding deer populations are decimating forests in the Ithaca, Elmira, and Binghamton areas. Wildlife experts say the dear are wiping out plant species and that's having a cascading effect on other animals, mostly reptiles and small game. Scientists are worried if deer control practices are not instituted soon, entire Eco-systems will become extinct.