East End deer culling plan scaled back
EAST HAMPTON - The East End deer culling plan will now be done on a smaller scale.
The deer cull was originally supposed to kill up to 3,000 deer.
The USDA tells Newsday about 1,000 mostly female deer will be shot.
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The move is taking place because only two communities are involved: the Village of East Hampton and Town of Southold.
Both animal rights groups and hunters oppose the cull set for next month.