Elk, deer turning Alberta turf areas into 'salad bars'
Fencing is being considered at recreational spaces in Banff and Canmore to keep elk and deer from eating the grass.
Dec. 7, 2018 – Not wanting the turf areas of their recreational spaces and schoolyards to serve as salad bars for roaming elk and deer, officials in Banff and Canmore are considering fencing off those areas. The hungry ungulates are attracted to large patches of grass.
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