White–Tailed Deer Overpopulation in
NJFB New Press Release: Ecologists and Land Professionals Agree Deer Overpopulation in New Jersey is an Emergency
Our overpopulation of white-tailed deer is a biological problem that requires a public policy solution. New Jersey must devise a deer management strategy that addresses this issue head-on, while not allowing opinions and misinformation to interfere with sensible, science-based wildlife management.
This website outlines key facts and current data related to the deer overpopulation problem. It includes various points of view from scientists, activists, and elected officials, as well as out-of-state officials who have addressed their own deer-management issues.
Deer overpopulation in New Jersey is an emergency. Together, we must identify a solution.
The New Jersey Farm Bureau, and the agricultural interests we represent, understand that people will have different ideas about the approach to this problem. But ultimately, we must identify immediate and viable solutions to mitigate the negative impact to agriculture, the environment, and human health caused by deer overpopulation.