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Help protect the Tullos Hill deer

Posted 12 December 2011

The cull of roe deer on Tullos Hill in Aberdeen is due to begin soon. The Council plans to plant a tree for every citizen but the funders of this project demand that the deer are killed in order to ‘protect’ the new trees. Tullos Hill is a beautiful meadowland, which supports a host of wildlife and is an important archaeological site, with four cairns that were designed to be seen from each other. Planting trees will damage the ecosystem, destroy the views and mean the killing of animals who live there.

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