The history of a very controversial experience of acclimatization of animals that are not characteristic of the country is very old. The last time it excited the public five years ago, when experts sharply opposed the idea of replacing the already traditional wild boars in our lands with American white-tailed deer. A new surge of interest was caused by the import of about three hundred heads of these ungulates to the Voronezh region and the accompanying meeting of hunting experts and biologists in the Russian Academy of Sciences.
It would seem that there is nothing wrong with the appearance of another object of hunting in our open spaces, especially such a solid one as a deer? Continue reading