Deer Hunts Could Come to County Parks
Some Baltimore County parks could be opened to deer hunting under a bill sponsored by Republican Councilman Todd Huff.
The bill, which will be introduced tonight, would allow the hunting of deer on county parkland that is authorized by the state Department of Natural Resources. The county would determine which species would be hunted.
Some county officials say Oregon Ridge, Cromwell Valley Park and Marshy Point Nature Center could be prime areas for managed deer hunts.
Read more about the bill on Patch.