Rock Creek Park
The National Park Service says sharpshooters have killed 20 deer in Washington’s Rock Creek Park, reducing the deer population in the park by roughly 10 percent.
An advocacy group is protesting a National Park Service decision to kill deer in Washington’s Rock Creek Park.
The National Park Service is ready to start using sharpshooters to kill deer in Washington’s Rock Creek Park.
An animal rights group has lost a fight to prevent officials from killing some deer in Rock Creek Park.
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The National Park Service plan to cull deer in Rock Creek Park has been postponed.
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The National Park Service will turn to sharpshooters, birth control and other methods to thin the growing deer herd in Rock Creek Park and protect the park’s vegetation.
Unwind and relaxing while walking through in some great sites at Rock Creek Park, Smithsonian Sculpture Garden or Meridian Hill Park.
The competition features such standouts as Frenchman Gael Monfils and American John Isner and James Blake.