Apr 8, 2014 11:26 PM by Lisa Lyden
A Colorado town is looking at the possibility of bow hunting, as a way to reduce the deer population.
The Small town of Elizabeth says deer have become a problem. More car accidents involving deer and more yards being destroyed by the animals. The Division of Wildlife has reportedly consulted the town and says it's important to make sure we have healthy deer populations for future generations. If Elizabeth decides this is the way to go, hunters would need to apply and be vetted, before getting a bow hunting license.