The Southern Courier | Michel-Chartrand Park: Animal Rescue announces that it wants to do a deer recount

According to the City of Longueuil, the number of white-tailed deer threatens the ecological balance of Michel-Chartrand Park. (Photo: Le Courrier du Sud – Archives)

In a video posted on the Sauvetage Animal Rescue page, the company’s general manager Éric Dussault announces that he is asking an expert to carry out a recount of deer in Michel-Chartrand Park by next Monday with a margin of error of less than 1%.

According to Mr. Dussault, the figure put forward by the City of Longueuil is totally exaggerated. “It’s counted in the helicopter with a guy, maybe the guy is even strabismus. We do not know. It’s counted all hooked, ”he says.

Éric Dussault, of Animal Rescue, says that a deer recount will take place at Michel-Chartrand Park this weekend. (Photo: Le Courrier du Sud – Screenshot)

Mr. Dussault continues by stating that he will take advantage of the felling ban to make a count with a margin of error of 1%. “I can’t tell you when, I can’t tell you how, I can’t tell you who’s going to do this. But I can tell you that the request is integrated and we will have access to this information on Monday, ”he argues.

the Southern Mail a press release with Rescue Animal to find out more about the proposed approach. The Journal also wanted to know what the company will do if the number of deer retained exceeds the number of 108 deer distributed by the City of Longueuil.

At press time, Animal Rescue hadn’t answered our questions.

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