Sunday, May 29, 2016


This November, voters will decide the fate of the Harbor Springs Deer Park, an attraction that’s both dearly beloved and much-maligned.
The two-acre enclosure, which was created in 1946 to house injured deer, allows children come face-to-face with one of northern Michigan’s signature creatures. But since a handful of residents witnessed the fallout of a 2011 deer cull, a faction has argued that the place is not only an outdated relic but also a way station for deer on the path to slaughter.

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